SOUTH CAROLINA PARAPLEGIA INJURY LAWYER
Paraplegia Injury Lawyers
If you or a loved one has suffered an injury that resulted in paraplegia – permanent paralysis of the legs – due to the negligence of others, or if an insurance company does not want to adequately compensate your losses, our paraplegia injury attorneys can ensure those parties uphold their obligations to restore your finances and long-term health.
Paraplegia injuries are among the most traumatic, severe and extreme types of personal injury that an accident victim can incur. They result in a permanent disability which drastically diminishes the quality of life for the victim, as he or she is restricted to a wheelchair for life. An alarming amount of immediate and long-term medical attention is required following a paraplegia injury. For all these reasons you need the experience of the skilled personal injury lawyers at Joe and Martin Injury Attorneys making sure you get the urgent and proper medical treatment you need and the full and fair financial compensation you deserve.
The High Cost of Paraplegia Injuries
For anyone who suffers a spinal cord injury resulting in paraplegia, the cost is immeasurable. Despite the continued use of their arms as well as the victim’s ability to regain independence after a lengthy rehabilitation, paraplegics will usually require ongoing medical treatments and occasional assistance with tasks most people take for granted. You can’t put a price on these kinds of permanent losses and disabilities.
The average first-year costs to treat paraplegia is more than $150,000. That’s due in part to the average patient spending almost 60 days in the hospital and physical therapy/rehab after their initial accident. This, of course, results in lost wages from work absence which contributes to the unrelenting financial burden. Even with health insurance, these exorbitant medical expenses can put entire families in financial jeopardy.
How Can Joe and Martin Help?
The personal injury lawyers of Joe and Martin Injury Attorneys have experience representing paraplegia victims in South Carolina and can competently represent your best interests in all court proceedings and negotiations with insurance companies. We take all legal action allowed to aggressively pursue your case and will secure the maximum settlement amount you deserve. Our experienced legal team will investigate the facts surrounding your accident, contact eyewitnesses, and obtain an assessment of your condition from medical professionals in order to establish a solid case in support of your claim. We understand no amount of money can replace the use of our client’s legs, but we promise to demand and deliver the justice they deserve.
Causes of Paraplegia Injuries
The most common causes of paraplegia injuries are:
- Airplane Accidents
- Bicycle Accidents
- Bus Accidents
- Car Accidents
- Limousine Accidents
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Pedestrian Accidents
- Train and Subway Accidents
- Truck Accidents
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If your paraplegia injury was a result of someone else’s negligence causing one of the accidents listed above, our paraplegia injury attorneys will personally see to it that you receive full financial compensation for your loss of earnings, the pain and suffering you endured and will endure in the future, all medical expenses, hospital bills, and diminished quality of life. In addition to all that, we can arrange for medical treatment from our network of doctors.
Contact Us Today
Your trust in us means everything. When you select Joe and Martin as your legal representation, you become family. We are always available to answer all of your important questions. It would be our distinct honor to take your case and handle all of your legal business. If you or someone you know was injured in a personal injury accident that has caused serious and disabling injuries, please contact an attorney at (843) 357-8000 for a FREE case evaluation. You can also fill out an online contact form and we will respond as soon as possible.