Spinal Cord Injuries
We have handled many cases involving spinal cord injury. In the initial stages we work with our clients, their doctors, and care givers to make sure that all available rehabilitation funding is maximized to promote their fullest possible recovery.
It is imperative in spinal cord injury cases to conduct a thorough investigation as soon as possible after the injury occurs in order to identify every possible person or entity that could be at fault, so that one can be sure every possible source of insurance is identified and evidence is preserved to prove the injured person's case against each responsible party. If this is not done there is a risk that there will be inadequate insurance available to compensate the injured person.
Spinal cord injuries have a devastating impact on people's ability to work and function. In order to quantify a spinal cord injured person's damages in a courtroom, a host of medical evidence is necessary to explain the nature and effects of the injury to the judge or jury hearing the case. Additionally, the evidence of a life-care planner is essential to provide the court with evidence of the future care and implements that will be necessary to restore the injured person's physical and emotional well-being to the furthest extent possible. We cover the expense of the experts necessary to prove our client’s cases in court. We routinely collaborate with the top professionals working in the requisite fields. In every case, we ensure that the expert evidence is fully developed, so that we can advocate for every available dollar to make a difference in our clients' lives.
We offer a free no-obligation consultation. We work on a contingent fee basis, meaning we don’t get paid until our client’s recover damages. Please call Guy Collette or Richard Parsons for a consultation.