The most common form of paralysis is a result of spinal nerves becoming damaged. A spinal cord injury can permanently change a person’s motor skills, strength, senses, and emotional state. Whether a complete or incomplete paralysis, the victim will have an altered lifestyle.
A complete spinal cord injury results in paralysis below the site of the injury. There’s no feeling or movement and both sides of the body are affected equally. An incomplete spinal cord injury occurs when only part of the cord is damaged. People with incomplete injuries may retain some feeling and movement. Thanks to advancements in medical treatment, incomplete injuries have become more common.
There are approximately 86,000 Canadians who are coping with spinal cord injuries. This number is added to every year, with another 4,300 more people experiencing injuries to their spines. That means there are 11 people each week who are diagnosed with a spinal cord injury.
Whether these injuries occur from sport related accidents, vehicle collisions, falls, or disease; the cost can range from $1.6 to $3 million for financial care. When these injuries are the result of another party’s negligence, it’s important to find the proper legal representation.
It’s important to have a lawyer who is qualified to handle your case. While being in an injury can be a devastating experience, the team at PACE LAW will fight to make sure you have the right representation. You also don’t have to pay until they win or settle your case.
People who have suffered from a spinal cord injury are often forced to take on enormous healthcare costs for the rest of their lives. PACE LAW works with a team of specialists to ensure they receive an award on damages that compensates them for these extra costs.
The lawyers at PACE LAW, specialize in personal injury law. They offer their services to people who have been experienced a spinal cord injury and will visit you at home or in a hospital. Using representation that cares about your condition is the first step towards finding peace of mind. Pace Law also offers a free initial consultation where they will sit down with you to discuss your situation and rights.
If you or a loved one has experienced a spinal cord injury, contact PACE LAW at 1-877-236-3060. You can also reach them through email at firstname.lastname@example.org.