We have the necessary experience and skill to handle such complex cases,.
We meet with the client, we evaluate their case, we take down as much information as we can and we investigate.
Quadriplegia, also known as tetraplegia, is paralysis of the lower limbs, upper limbs, torso and pelvic organs. Patients usually loose both sensation and control in the affected areas of the body. Injuries above the C-4 level may require a ventilator or electrical implant for the person to breathe. Illness or injury can cause the condition to the spinal cord or brain. Affected patients have major sensory and motor deficits, so the immediate goal of treatment is to prevent complications and maintain the integrity of the body system.
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There are many types of compensations that a quadriplegic victim can seek, depending on how the accident occurred and whose fault it was. Quadriplegia is a serious medical condition caused by a traumatic spinal cord injury, which can result in a significant or total loss of sensation and...View full answer
In the case of an accident that caused quadriplegia and involved another person's negligence, the victim should contact a personal injury attorney. The lawyer will investigate the case, gather evidence, talk to...View full answer
Personal injury lawyers are paid on a contingency fee. This means that you will not have to pay Mr. Sean M. Cleary by the hour. You can come and talk to us about the case and you will not be charged for that even if it takes 15 minutes, 30 minutes, or several...View full answer
Unfortunately, personal injury cases can take quite some time until they are settled. They usually take from one year to two years on an average. Why does it take so long? Because there are many steps that have to be made, from gathering all the needed information (cause...View full answer
Sometimes personal injury cases can be settled outside the courtroom, but there are situations when the cases need to be taken to trial. This happens when there are too many contentious issues such as damages, liability, the credibility of the parties or causation. The...View full answer