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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.
Personal injury cases, especially as serious as quadriplegia, can take between one and two years on an average for the final decision to be made. This is caused by the necessity to collect information and evidence, trying to settle through negotiations and the trials itself.View full answer
If quadriplegia was caused by negligence, an attorney can investigate circumstances, collect evidence, talk to witnesses and experts. If the victim died due to the injuries or in the accident, the family has the right to file a wrongful death lawsuit.View full answer
Some personal injury cases can be settled outside the courtroom. However, when there are too many contentious issues and no fair compensation can be reached, the injured party would do best to go to court to maximize compensation with the help of an experienced attorney.View full answer
Depending on circumstances and liability, as a quadriplegic victim of an instance of negligence you can claim compensation for pain and suffering, emotional distress and mental anguish, medical bills, necessary household services, lost wages etc.View full answer
Representation in a quadriplegia case is not paid by the hour, but as a contingency fee. Assistance, evaluation and representation are provided, and you only pay for attorney services, to a percentage initially agreed between you and the attorney’s office, if they win the case for you.View full answer