Paralysis

The result of an accident can have a substantial impact on a person’s life, especially if the injuries were life-changing. Paralysis is a catastrophic injury that significantly affects the life of the individual and their loved ones, who must sacrifice themselves to offer constant, necessary support.

If you or a loved one has suffered paralysis due to the negligent and reckless actions of another party, our Birmingham personal injury attorney is dedicated to recovering the compensation you deserve. We have developed an exceptional track record of success by obtaining over $170 million in compensation on behalf of our clients.

Our Birmingham personal injury attorney provides 24/7 communication with our clients. So call us at (205) 598-2531.

Common Causes of Paralysis

Paralysis typically occurs when blunt force trauma occurs to the vertebrae of the spine, causing a dislocation or fracture, which injures or tears the nerve tissue in the spinal cord. The nerve tissue is responsible for the control of movement in your body. Paralysis can also happen when an individual suffers a traumatic brain injury.

Common causes of paralysis include the following:

Let Our Birmingham Personal Injury Attorney Fight for You

An injury resulting in paralysis is no only emotionally devastating, but also financially. If you are the financial anchor for your family, your condition may not allow you to return to your previous career or place of employment, depraving your family of the income necessary to sustain their normal lifestyle. While immediate medical treatment is needed to help the victim recover from the accident, continuing medical care will be required through the victim’s life in order to fulfill daily needs, perform routine tasks, and prevent complications from occurring.

At Fischer & Associates, LLC Attorneys at Law, our legal team can conduct a thorough investigation in your case in order to develop a relentless and personalized strategy to recover your entitled compensation. We are proud to offer our legal services on a contingent fee basis, meaning you don’t have to pay us unless you win.

Contact our firm and schedule your free consultation today.

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