Spinal injuries and cervical injuries nearly always result in life-altering and serious consequences. Paralysis (from quadriplegia to paraplegia), loss of certain motor skills, and weakness on one side of the body are some of the possible results.
In many instances, someone with a spinal cord injury (SCI) can end up having to undergo training to work in a different kind of job. The injury victim also may not be able to participate in some of the activities that he or she used to take part in before getting hurt. A person with a spinal cord injury may have to undergo long-term care. Certain medical costs may not be covered by insurance.
At Halberg & Fogg PLLC, our spinal cord injury attorneys have helped many SCI victims recover compensation for medical expenses and other costs related to their SCIs. Career retraining, rehabilitation costs, and long-term medical care are taken into account when we estimate damages.
Our experience with SCI cases allows us to investigate the different theories of recovery and liability so that we can maximize our clients’ recoveries. We prepare for each personal injury case as if we were going to trial. We work with medical experts that are knowledgeable about spinal cord injuries and the medical and other long-term life issues related to your case. We also engage in settlement negotiations to see if there is a better way to recover your compensation. Your best interest is always our top priority.
If you or someone you love has sustained a serious spinal cord injury in Florida, contact Halberg & Fogg PLLC and ask for your free, initial consultation. We will explore your legal options with you. We will tell you how our committed and experienced personal injury lawyers can help you. You won't pay us a cent unless we recover money damages for your case.