Spinal cord and traumatic brain injuries can lead to devastating consequences, such as loss of bodily movement and function. Paralysis can drastically limit your independence and your ability to participate in everyday activities. If you or a loved one has suffered paralysis and other injuries in an accident caused by someone else’s reckless actions, you should be compensated for your losses.
Personal injury attorneys at Walkup, Melodia, Kelly & Schoenberger represent clients who have suffered catastrophic injuries. We know that paralysis is a complex medical condition that often requires ongoing medical care, expensive treatments and rehabilitation, handicap accommodations, and around the clock care. We aggressively pursue our clients’ injury claims to ensure that they are compensated for their medical expenses and other damages.
Personal Injury Practice
- Our law firm has physicians on staff and on-call to consult on medical issues. They help us understand our clients’ injuries and the impact those injuries have on our clients now and in the future. They also help with trial preparation and medical expert testimony.
- We have helped injured clients collect more than one billion dollars from responsible parties. Over the past decade, more than 98 percent of our clients have secured compensation for injuries and damages, including pain, suffering, and monetary losses.
- Our personal injury attorneys have been honored with many awards for their trial successes and client advocacy. In every case, our goal is to reach maximum compensation for our clients through settlement agreements or trial awards.
How We Can Help
We cannot reverse your accident and resulting injuries, but our attorneys will aggressively pursue monetary compensation that will help with your future medical care and financial security. Catastrophic injury claims should only be handled by experienced attorneys with access to critical resources and expert witnesses to help prove your claim.
The consequences of paralysis can be financially devastating, especially if your injuries are permanent and limit your income capacity. Our attorneys will use medical records and expert testimony to demonstrate the full extent of your losses, including future impacts such as future medical care, lost earnings, and loss of enjoyment of life.
Common Causes of Paralyzing Injuries
Car, bicycle, and pedestrian accidents frequently lead to paralyzing injuries. Other causes including assaults, construction accidents, slip and falls, and medical malpractice. Paralysis injuries can vary in severity, with some people experiencing a partial loss of movement, while others experience a total loss.
In addition to impaired movement, paralysis can also cause loss of bodily functions, such as loss of bladder control, sexual dysfunction, breathing complications, speaking difficulties, and personality changes. These injuries can be short-term, long-term, or permanent.
Personal Injury Paralysis Attorney
For more than six decades, attorneys at Walkup, Melodia, Kelly & Schoenberger have represented clients who have paralysis and other catastrophic injuries. Contact our office to learn more about how we can help you pursue a personal injury claim against all responsible parties. We offer no-cost consultations, and we take our cases on contingency so that you will never have to pay out-of-pocket attorneys’ fees.