Paralysis is one of the most traumatic and life-altering injuries a person can suffer in an accident. Learning to cope with a severe, permanent disability, such as paraplegia or quadriplegia, can be a difficult and stressful experience.
The Orlando paralysis injury attorneys at Trial Pro work hard to assist our clients during this challenging time and hope to prevent paralysis from overwhelming our clients. Our team works diligently to ensure our clients and their families recover the compensation they require to cover medical expenses, living adjustments, pain and suffering, loss of enjoyment of life, and more.
Navigating Paralysis Claims in Florida
Claims involving catastrophic injuries such as paralysis can often be even more significant than wrongful death claims because of the lifetime requirements for specialized medical care.
We understand that any accident resulting in a spinal cord injury has a lifelong impact on both our client and their families. When a client suffers such a life altering injury, such as paralysis, the initial hospital bills are only the beginning.
Their recovery is likely to include several ongoing expenses such as:
A spinal cord injury may also require several non-medical expenses including lost wages and the cost of home modifications. Our Orlando paralysis lawyers have experience representing victims of catastrophic injury and their families in a variety of negligence claims. We can help you if you have experienced monoplegia, diplegia, paraplegia, quadriplegia, or hemiplegia.
Fighting for More Than Just Compensation for Paralysis Injury Victims
No amount of money can properly compensate a paralysis victim for their injuries resulting from an automobile accident. However, our office can help you obtain the financial security to help ease the burden and ensure the negligent party is held accountable. The dedicated team at The Trial Professionals P.A. not only aggressively pursues compensation from the at-fault party for standard damages, but also for the suffering and mental anguish paralysis can cause.
Contact our Orlando Paralysis Injury Attorneys at 800-874-2577 for a free consultation to discuss the details of your case.