Spinal Cord Injury Lawyers

Spinal Injuries

There are different levels of spinal cord injury. Some results of spinal injuries are:

  • Paraplegia
  • Quadriplegia
  • Hemiplegia
  • Motor Difficulties
  • Bowel & Urologic Difficulties
  • Sexual and Reproductive Difficulties

Severe spinal injury, as is the case in a cervical, lumbar or thoracic spinal injury, can result in life-altering physical disability for the victim. These disabilities include: loss of bowel or bladder function, loss of respiratory function, loss of blood pressure regulation and loss of motor function. In addition to the terrible physical pain caused by traumatic spinal injury, there also comes a terrible emotional pain.

Victims who are paralyzed become severely depressed and feel helpless. That’s why spinal injury is among the most devastating because of the toll they take on a person and their family. Treatments will be ongoing and expensive, which can cause tremendous strain.

An injury resulting in paralysis is not only devastating physically and emotionally, but financially, as you or your family member may be unable to return to your prior career or place of employment. This often can result in a substantial loss of income for your family. Although you may become eligible for disability benefits, these are not likely to completely replace your prior income.

New Jersey Spinal Injury Lawyers

Our New Jersey personal injury lawyers recognize that the paralysis victim and his or her family need aggressive representation to pursue compensation for the emotional stress, pain and suffering, mental anguish, and loss of enjoyment of life they experience. Furthermore, it is important for victims to seek financial security for the lifetime of future medical care needs and loss of earnings that can be devastating to the victim and their family. With the representation of a skilled New Jersey car accident spinal injury attorney you may be entitled to recover monetary compensation for your injury, pain and suffering, hospital costs, doctor bills, and loss of wages.

Our New Jersey car accident spinal injury attorney team has the experience, resources and knowledge that can be an important step to getting your life back to a somewhat normal state. Our New Jersey law firm represents clients who have suffered quadriplegia, paraplegia, hemiplegia and other serious car accident spinal injuries, which were the result of paralysis from car accidents, bus accidents, truck accidents, automobile accidents and other motor vehicle accidents. We have a team of dedicated, caring and aggressive New Jersey trial attorneys (a status held by less than 2% of New Jersey’s lawyers) and spinal injury professionals who are ready to help you or your loved one today.

Read about the landmark $135 million jury verdict that our car accident spinal injuries lawyers obtained on behalf of one of our clients paralyzed from the neck down after being hit by drunk driver. We have also handled other significant spinal cord injury cases, such as the $33.9 million product liability settlement we won on behalf of a client who suffered severe spinal injuries. We have also been named to the Best New Jersey Personal Injury Lawyers list by the Best Lawyers in America publication.

If you or a loved one has been the victim of paralysis, paraplegia, quadriplegia or other spinal injuries due to a car accident, bus accident, truck accident, automobile or other motor vehicle accident in New Jersey, please contact the aggressive personal injury lawyers at the New Jersey law firm of Mazie Slater Katz & Freeman and we will contact you as soon as possible to discuss your case.

Spinal Cord Injury Lawyers

Spinal Injuries

There are different levels of spinal cord injury. Some results of spinal injuries are:

  • Paraplegia
  • Quadriplegia
  • Hemiplegia
  • Motor Difficulties
  • Bowel & Urologic Difficulties
  • Sexual and Reproductive Difficulties

Severe spinal injury, as is the case in a cervical, lumbar or thoracic spinal injury, can result in life-altering physical disability for the victim. These disabilities include: loss of bowel or bladder function, loss of respiratory function, loss of blood pressure regulation and loss of motor function. In addition to the terrible physical pain caused by traumatic spinal injury, there also comes a terrible emotional pain.

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