Experienced Support For Ohio Paralysis Victims
Paralysis injuries can be serious and detrimental to your quality of life. Losing the ability to control body parts can completely change your lifestyle. The most common causes of paralysis are injuries to the spinal cord and nervous system, which are frequently caused by auto accidents.
Depending on the extent of the damage, the end result can be quadriplegia or paraplegia. While partial movement can return in certain cases, more severe cases force a complete life alteration. If you or a loved one has been paralyzed because of negligence, then you need to take care of your needs. Our lawyers at Colley Shroyer Abraham are ready to apply the experience gained in their decades of practice to help obtain the compensation you need to help you do that.
How Spine And Nerve Injury Counsel Can Help You Seek Justice
We have obtained tens of millions of dollars for injury victims like you by combining our comprehensive knowledge and experience with our professional resources network. We are prepared to reach out to medical professionals and life care planners to understand the full damages of an injury and build a case to recover compensation to care for your immediate and long-term needs. This approach has resulted in demonstrable success in thousands of cases, and our lawyers are ready to bring it to yours. Here are a few other ways we can help you throughout your case:
- Fighting your insurance company for fair compensation.
- Gathering comprehensive evidence related to your injury if your case goes to court.
- Helping you understand your legal rights as a paralysis injury victim.
- Determining and proving negligence if other parties were involved in your injury incident.
- Offering compassionate support and guidance for you and your loved ones.
You can count on our team to provide aggressive yet compassionate representation. Call us today at 614-678-5072.
Suffer A Paralysis Injury? Call Colley Shroyer Abraham Today.
We represent injured people throughout the Columbus metro and across Ohio.