We understand the severity of spinal injuries and can help you claim
With a spinal injury, you’re probably left feeling unable to work and play sports for some time. Serious spinal injuries could even cause paralysis of both arms and legs. In some cases, the bladder and bowel can be affected too. Depending on the severity of the spinal injury, and the treatment you have received, some people will become wheelchair-bound for the rest of their lives.
It’s easy to forget just how severe damage to the spine can be. After all, it’s an integral part of the human body and any injury to the spine could cause long-term problems if not diagnosed quickly or if poor after-care is received. A lot rests on the medical profession to make sure they look after you properly and seeking a spinal injury claim could help with any future medical expenses.
Spinal damage can occur following a physical injury or an illness. The most common physical injuries are sport related accidents or road traffic accidents. The severity of a spinal injury relates to the fact that the spinal cord does not spontaneously regenerate like that of broken bones. Broken bones heal, but once the spinal cord is damaged, it can lead to serious implications and leave the individual vulnerable, immobile and distressed.
There are 2 types of spinal cord paralysis:
Both depend on the level of paralysis and how it affects the limbs, so it’s for the medical practitioner to advise which you are suffering from. We understand the importance of getting the right care and treatment to help your spinal cord injury, which is why we can cover loss of earnings, disability aids, transport and care assistance.
What Can Accidentclaims.Org Do For You?
When you decide to pursue a spinal injury claim, our solicitors will handle your case with care and understanding, explaining in detail the process to gaining 100% compensation. As we operate on a no win no fee basis, you can feel confident that you’re in safe hands without having to pay if we don’t win the case for you. We can also arrange funding for your spinal injury so you can get the medical treatment you need. Some clients need long-term rehabilitation for the rest of their lives and financial help will be essential.
If you have been the victim of a spinal cord injury and you’re looking for 100% compensation, it is essential that you speak with a spinal injury claim specialist as soon as possible. As spinal injury claims are complex, you want to be sure the solicitor you choose can confidently handle your claim and get you the compensation you deserve. Accidentclaims.org is a name to trust.