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Get Compensation To Help Recover From A Spinal Cord Injury

If you suffered a spinal cord injury in a car accident, a fall or a workplace accident, you now face a new set of challenges. For example, long-term life care planning will be essential as you move back home after your stay in a hospital and/or rehabilitation facility.

Your legal case can be as critical to your long-term recovery as your medical care and therapy. Glenda Mitchell Law Firm is prepared to go to battle for you. We will be in it with you for the long haul, doing what it takes to recover maximum available compensation for you.

Accidents Can Severely Damage Your Spine

Spinal cord damage can be a result of a car accident, work accident or another situation. It could involve either an incomplete spinal cord injury, which means the spine was partially severed, or a complete spinal cord injury, which means a total sever.

There are many different types of spinal cord injuries, including:

  • Whiplash
  • Slipped disk, also known as herniated disk
  • Fractured vertebrae
  • Fractured pelvis
  • Vertebrae displacement, such as retrolisthesis or cauda equina syndrome

Depending on where the injury is located, you might suffer a range of complications. Because the spinal cord contains vital nerves, it is possible to lose feeling or function in different areas of the body.

How A Spinal Cord Injury Could Change Your Life

The early days after your accident will help determine whether you will walk again anytime soon. You may face paraplegia or quadriplegia, depending on which part of your spine was injured. You may require surgery, lengthy hospitalization, extensive physical and occupational therapy, and durable medical equipment for your home.

You may walk with a walker afterward or you may require a motorized wheelchair. You may need a lift to move you from your bed to chair and from your chair to bathtub each day. You may need personal care attendants to help you with daily personal activities like preparing and eating meals, bathing and getting dressed.

No matter what kind of medical care or treatment you need, our team at Glenda Mitchell Law Firm is dedicated to securing it for you. We stay up-to-date on the latest developments in the medical world to make sure we help our clients decide the best options.

Full Compensation Puts Care Within Your Reach

Because spinal cord injuries often require significant medical treatment and adaptive equipment, the costs can be a major concern. Furthermore, your injuries could affect your ability to work within the same job or career, which might impact your income. This is why it is important to make the most of your opportunity to seek compensation after the incident that caused your injuries.

Unfortunately, getting the compensation you need for treatment and other losses may be a complex process. However, you do not have to let the complications stop you. Qualified legal representation is essential if you hope to maximize your compensation.

You can rely on our attorneys to take care of the details for you, allowing you to focus on healing and recovering as much as possible. We know how to assist with the paperwork, insurance issues and other challenges.

Learn How We Can Help You

As you face paralysis, do not go it alone. Get an attorney on your side early on. You can get reliable advice to put to use right away after a spinal cord injury in a car accident, at work or in a fall accident away from work. We represent spinal cord injury clients on a contingency basis.

Reach our Cartersville, Georgia, law office at 678-721-0417 or our Auburn, Alabama, law office at 334-604-7927 or our Greenville, South Carolina, law office at 864-326-3073. You may also send an email inquiry to schedule a free consultation with one of our experienced attorneys.

We can meet you at your home or hospital as necessary.