Spinal Cord Injury Lawyers
These Injures Can Seriously Inhibit Your Ability To Interact With The World
The spinal cord is responsible for transmitting signals from your brain throughout your body, and any disruption to that signal can cause serious and potentially irreparable damage to the rest of your body, depending on the site of the injury. The bundle of nerves running from your head down to your tailbone is only protected by a bone casing, and even a seemingly minor accident can impact its ability to function as intended. If you were injured, it’s important to seek immediate medical attention to make sure that your spine remains healthy.
Our personal injury lawyers at Fleming, Nolen & Jez have spent more than three and a half decades fighting for the rights of injured victims across the United States, and are committed to fighting for each new client we accept with the same passion and dedication that has earned our firm national acclaim. If you were seriously injured due to someone else’s negligent or wrongful actions, you may be able to file a lawsuit to recover compensation to cover any bills or damages that resulted from your injuries. Contact us today to begin planning your next steps.
How Seriously Were You Injured?
Medical professionals have broken down spinal cord injuries into two different classifications, complete, where all sensory and motor function below the injury site is lost, and incomplete where only some sensory and motor function below the injury site is lost. Some of the most common causes of these types of injuries include:
- Motor vehicle accidents
- High impact sports
Give us a call at (713) 621-7944 to speak with an experienced personal injury attorney today.
Hire The Right Attorney To Help You Handle Your Case
Spinal cord injuries almost always come with massive medical bills, and victims shouldn’t have to be responsible for those costs if their injuries were caused by someone else’s actions. At Fleming, Nolen & Jez, our spinal cord injury attorneys will fight to secure you the compensation you need to cover these bills, as well as any other damages you may have incurred. Fill out our online form to schedule a free case consultation, or call us at (713) 621-7944 to begin discussing your case with a member of our firm today.