A significant spinal cord injury can result in a lifetime of illness and injury. It can cause a loss of mobility as well as a loss of independence. Many individuals underestimate the spine’s strength. They overlook the fact that it serves as a conduit for communication between the brain and the rest of your body.
Our attorneys want to help you if you or a loved one has suffered a spinal cord injury as a result of someone else’s negligence or other wrongdoing. We will likely seek compensation for surgeries, rehabilitation, assistive devices, and medications used to treat the injury.
Contact a South Carolina and Georgia spinal cord injury attorney at Mickelsen Dalton when you are ready to take legal action.
Why Hire Mickelsen Dalton if You Suffered a Spinal Cord Injury
If your spinal cord has been damaged as a result of an accident, you must focus exclusively on your recovery. To avoid future harm, it is vital that you take every precaution necessary. Adding to your rehabilitation the stress of dealing with a lawsuit against the individual who caused your injury will not help.
That is where the South Carolina personal injury attorneys at Mickelsen Dalton come into play. Our spinal cord injury attorneys will handle every legal aspect of your injury. We know this is more than a case; it is someone’s livelihood at stake. Our client is the top priority. We will aggressively fight to get you the justice you deserve.
Why You Need a Spinal Cord Injury Attorney
A spinal cord injury attorney will work with you and your physicians to evaluate the full degree of your injuries and how they may impact your life in the future.
Next, your attorney will negotiate on your behalf to obtain the highest possible recompense for each aspect of your claim. You can feel assured that your best interests are being vigorously pursued.
A competent attorney will gather all of the facts necessary to prove the amount of money you have lost as a result of your injury. They will utilize this to seek appropriate damages and, perhaps, a return to normalcy.
Types of Spinal Cord Injuries
There are two forms of spinal cord injuries: complete and incomplete.
In the event of a complete spinal cord injury, there is no feeling or function below the injury on both sides of the body. If your neck is injured, you may experience quadriplegia, which means you lose control of your core body and limbs.
When you have an incomplete injury, you can feel a portion of your body working but you will not have feeling in the rest of your body. Although you may be able to feel your limbs, you may not be able to move them. There is a chance that you will be able to regain some feeling and/or function.
The type and degree of your injury will play a large role in the amount of type of damages you can seek.
Contact a South Carolina Spinal Cord Injury Attorney Today
Our spinal cord injury lawyers at Mickelsen Dalton LLC will fight for those who have been injured as a result of someone else’s negligence. We’ll get you the money and justice you deserve.
If you have suffered a spinal cord injury, call us at (843) 804-0428 in South Carolina or (678) 641-9054 in Georgia so that we can get started on your case immediately. You can also send us an email at email@example.com or utilize the online contact form system on our website. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.