Spinal injuries are devastating physically, mentally and financially. Depending on the extent of the damage caused, you could have episodes of pain in various parts of your back, neck, legs, arms, and more. In a more severe spinal injury, you could be bedridden with pain, or even become paralyzed. This can result in physical and emotional trauma, loss of income, and increasing debt due to your growing medical bills.
However, if the injury was due to someone else’s negligence or recklessness you can, and should, file a claim for the damage it has caused you, including economic and non-economic losses. With the support of the attorneys from Younessi Law, you can make this time a little easier on yourself and your loved ones by getting the compensation you deserve for your mental, physical and financial damages.
The experienced lawyers at Younessi Law can help you obtain the help that you need to pay for your medical bills, loss of income, emotional distress, and loss of future earning capacity.
Understanding Spinal Injuries
Before anything else, it is vital to educate yourself about spinal injuries. You do not need to be a medical professional to be informed about spinal injuries. Spinal injury knowledge will empower you to make the right choices for your journey to recovery.
Spinal injuries are categorized into two types:
- Incomplete Spine Injury
- Complete Spine Injury
Incomplete Spinal Injury:
Incomplete spinal injuries are less complicated and severe than complete spinal injuries. Around 60% of spinal injuries due to accidents are incomplete spinal injuries, as the doctors can take necessary action timely, preventing the complication of injury. Incomplete spinal injuries are further divided into three types:
· Anterior Cord Syndrome
· Central Cord Syndrome
· Brown-Sequard Syndrome
Anterior Cord Syndrome is when the spinal has been damaged from the front. This involves damage to sensory pathways and motor cells.
Central Cord Syndrome is the result of nerve damage in the central area of the spinal cord.
Brown-Sequard Syndrome is when one side of the spinal cord has been damaged.
Complete Spinal Injury:
Complete spinal injuries are less common but more severe and permanent than Incomplete spine injury. These are categorized into three types:
Tetraplegia involves paralysis of the injured person, and it can affect every limb of the person. Paraplegia causes loss of sensation and movement of every limb of the injured. Triplegia results in loss of movement of 3 limbs.
How can Claim help you?
If your spinal injury was caused by someone else’s actions, you should contact Younessi Law for assistance on evaluating your case and situation. We understand how devastating these types of injuries can be to the victim and put our pride in assisting you to get onto a successful path to recovery. With the help of our firm, you can file for compensation for hospital bills, medication costs, loss of income, emotional distress, loss of earning capacity, and more.
Don’t do it alone
Figuring out what compensations you can file for and how strong your case is can be a daunting task, especially in such a traumatic situation. Contact Younessi Law for assistance on evaluating your case and starting your path to successful recovery without paying a penny out of your pocket.
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