Spinal Cord Injury
Trauma that causes damage to the cells in the spinal cord, or that severs the nerve tracts are called Spinal Cord Injuries (SCI). SCI's are most commonly contusion/bruising of the cord, and compression which is pressure on the cord.
Injuries can also include severing or tearing the nerves (as caused by gun shots).
Spinal Cord Injuries can often lead to paralysis and numbness. It can lead to reflex issues, breathing issues, bowel and bladder control issues. Muscle spasms, sensitivity, pain, or sexual problems may also develop. Secondary medical issues can include bed sores, bladder infections, and lung infections.
For people under 65, motor vehicle crashes are the main causes. For people over 65 falls are most commonly the cause. Other causes are workplace injuries, diving injuries, electric shocks, bullet and/or stab wounds, excessive twisting of the body, sports injuries.
Injury to the spinal cord can be debilitating and life changing. We understand that you want your medical bills paid, that you want any lost income paid, that you want your insurance company to cover the entire loss. We will cover your options and will help you deal with the insurance company, and any other party involved in the case to make sure you receive and quick and appropriate result.
If you want to discuss your case, and live in the North Texas, Dallas area,
contact us online or call (972) 599-4100 for a FREE consultation.
Personal Injury Areas We Help With Are:
Auto Accident and Injury Cases, Personal Injury Cases, 18 Wheeler & Commercial Vehicle Injury Accident Cases, Motorcycle Accident and Injury Cases, Wrongful Death Cases, Pedestrian Injured by Automobile Cases, Slip and Fall & Premises Cases, Workplace & Constructions Injury Cases, Dog Bite Injury Cases, Bicyclers Hit by Automobile Cases .
Types of Coverage in Automobile Injury Cases:
Damages Often Recoverable in Personal Injury Cases Include the Following:
Past and future medical bills, past and future lost earning capacity, past and future lost income, past and future physical impairment, past and future disfigurement, past and future mental anguish, past and future pain and suffering, property damage, loss of use of your property - such as rental car bills, storage, total loss of property, diminished value of property, loss of body member (arm, leg, . . .), loss of body capacity (hearing, eyesight, . . . ), loss of consortium (spouse, parental, child/filial), loss of services, emotional/mental trauma (bystander injury), prenatal injury, exemplary damages, prejudgment interest, attorney's fees, and court costs.
By Doug Goyen, email@example.com