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Spinal cord injuries sometimes require long-term treatment

by | May 28, 2015 | Spinal Cord Injuries |

Texas residents are sometimes involved in motor vehicle accidents or mishaps in the workplace that result in traumatic injury. Those who suffer spinal cord injuries often suffer myriad adverse effects, including possible paralysis, organ damage or loss of motor skills. The recovery process can be wrought with tremendous hardships as one attempts to regain mobility and quality of life.

It is safe to say that a traumatic injury to the spine is usually a life-altering incident. Whether a boating accident or sports event led to the injury, a victim can suffer serious and permanent damage that can cause life-long struggles, both physically and emotionally, as well as potential financial crises from ongoing medical or physical therapy care. The Leigh Law Firm is dedicated to helping clients seek compensation for damages sustained that can be used to help alleviate some of the costs associated with a spinal injury when another party was at-fault in the accident.

Filing a legal claim can be a complicated matter. In the case of a serious spine injury, it is likely that an exorbitant amount of medical records will need to be reviewed and multiple documents filed in relation to the details of the injury. Attorneys at The Leigh Law Firm are equipped and prepared to handle the tremendous workload of filing all appropriate records in connection with a case in order to present evidence in court which can lead to compensation being awarded for damages a victim has sustained. Our confident attorneys treat every client with compassion and do not charge a fee unless his or her case is successfully litigated.

Texas residents who have suffered spinal cord injuries may be entitled to file a personal injury claim in a civil court. Scheduling a free consultation with legal professionals at The Leigh Law Firm would be a prudent first step to take in the process. Our dedicated lawyers stand ready and willing to help victims of the negligent or wrongful actions of another pursue claims for the compensation they deserve.