Paraplegia And Quadriplegia

Some brain injuries cause the loss of feeling in body parts or the use of body parts. Two common forms of paralysis are paraplegia, which involves the loss of the use of the legs, and quadriplegia, which is characterized by the loss of use of all four limbs.

With help, many people live productive, happy lives while enduring the day-to-day challenges of paraplegia and quadriplegia. Their families have adapted to these challenges, making sacrifices and providing support, but it's not an easy road.

If you need legal advice regarding a case related to paralysis, you can talk to trial attorneys Julie K. Parker and Cassandra C. Thorson. Julie and Cassandra are litigators who are known for holding negligent parties accountable for accidents, malpractice and other problems that result in brain injury.

Help With Catastrophic Injuries Related To Negligence

At Parker Thorson, based in San Diego County, our firm understands catastrophic injuries that cause paralysis. We have been successful in winning many cases stemming from serious brain injury caused by the negligence of drivers, product manufacturers, hospitals and other parties.

If you or a loved one has experienced paraplegia or quadriplegia as the result of an accident caused by someone else's negligence, you may be entitled to significant financial compensation for present and future medical treatment, pain and suffering, lost income and/or other damages. As your attorneys, we can help you maximize the amount of compensation you receive, and we help you get the best possible medical and rehabilitative care.

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Seeking a California lawyer for paraplegia and quadriplegia cases? Contact Parker Thorson for a free consultation. We can answer your questions.