Getting injure while in an accident is beyond inconvenient, it is life changing. Any severe personal injury can shift the projector of your life. Whenever you get hurt it almost always means that you are going to need time off of work. Time off of work means that you are losing income. Depending on the severity of personal injury, you may never be eligible to work again. Not to mention, the costly medical bills that are associated with your injuries. Some severe injuries can take up to months or years to recover. Some severe injuries can also require medical observation for the rest of your life. Our Philadelphia Paraplegia Attorneys at the Weitz Firm know all about getting our clients the help they need during the hardest time of their lives.
Paraplegia is considered a complete paralysis. This means if you suffer from a severe spinal cord injury resulting in paraplegia, you are unable to regain the function of your whole body except for your core or “trunk.” Here are some ways in which someone can get injured resulting in paraplegia:
This is not a complete list of ways in which a personal injury can occur. Our Philadelphia Paraplegia Attorneys have worked with victims for over 25 years. We understand the hardships and medical complications that come with this kind of injury. Your story is unique, and with us by your side, we will do all we can to give you hope for a better future,
Personal injury occurs, in the legal sense, when someone is injured due to the negligent behavior of someone else. Our job is to gather evidence, witnesses, and persuasively argue that the at-fault person or party acted negligently. Once we have successfully proven this, we move on to negotiating with insurance companies and attorneys of the at-fault party. Because insurance companies are just like any other business, they thrive off of negotiations, and we are excellent negotiators. We can make sure that you get compensation for
Other states have a cap on how much one can obtain from a personal injury suit, but not Pennsylvania. In Pennsylvania, there is no cap on damages. However, that does not mean it is a free for all. Instead, you need our dedicated professional staff to make sure that we calculate the exact amount of compensation you need for you to recover and get back to as close to normal as possible.
If you or someone you love is suffering from paraplegia due to the negligence of someone or some party, then our Philadelphia Paraplegia Attorneys are ready to hear from you. Call 267-587-6240 or click here to start a free consultation with our professional attorneys at the Weitz Firm in Philadelphia today.