Were You Seriously Injured?
You may take too much time out of your daily life to consider your spinal
cord. This bundle of nerves running from your skull down to your tailbone
allows your brain to communicate with the rest of your body, but that
communication can be disrupted by a serious injury. Following any accident,
it’s important to seek medical attention to assess the damages,
as well as determine if your injury was caused by someone else’s
Did you suffer a spinal cord injury? Contact the attorneys at Domina Law Group pc llo today.
Severity of Injuries
Spinal cord injuries can vary in severity based on where the injury occurred.
There are two ways medical professionals classify spinal cord injuries;
whether or not the injury is complete, where nearly all to all of the
feeling (sensory) and motor function is lost below the point of injury,
or whether it is incomplete, where some sensory and motor function remains
below the point of injury; whether it is referred to as paraplegia, where
pelvic organs, legs and parts of the trunk are affected, or tetraplegia,
where pelvic organs, legs, trunk, arms, and hands are affected.
Some of the most common causes of spinal cord injuries are:
- Motor vehicle accidents
- High impact sports
Call (888) 387-4134 to speak with a spine injury attorney or visit our website.
There will be a major change in lifestyle if you or a loved one becomes
paralyzed following a spinal cord injury that can end up putting a serious
financial strain on everyone involved. However, the costs involved with
necessary medical treatment, home and vehicle modifications, and changes
to your daily structure don’t need to bankrupt you. If the injury
was caused by someone else’s negligence, you could have the opportunity
to file a personal injury claim in order to receive the financial support you need.
Contact the Domina Law Group today
The Domina Law Group pc llo has been fighting for the rights of our clients
since 1975, and our trial attorneys have successfully recovered over $2
billion in verdicts and settlements over those 30+ years. If you are looking
for a qualified spinal cord injury attorney, contact us today to request
a case consultation, or give us a call at (888) 387-4134 to speak with
one of our personal injury lawyers.