A Serious Spinal Injury Requires Serious Legal Action
Various types of accidents can result in spinal injuries, and the consequences of a spinal cord injury can permanently change your life. Although automobile accidents are the most common cause of spine injuries, these injuries can result from other causes, as well. Spinal cord injuries can be caused by negligent medical treatment or a serious fall.
If you or someone you love has suffered a spinal injury as a result of someone else’s negligence, you or your loved one is likely entitled to compensation. The attorneys of Towe, Ball, Mackey, Sommerfeld & Turner, PLLP, are experienced in handling cases involving spinal injuries and at obtaining financial recoveries that fully compensate our clients for their injuries.
Our Attorneys Provide Aggressive Personal Injury Representation
The spinal cord is responsible for carrying messages back and forth between our body and our brain. Because of this essential duty, any type of injury to the spinal cord can have serious and irreparable consequences. The severity and specific effects of a spine injury depend upon the particular type of harm and location of the injury. The spinal cord is usually damaged when some type of impact crushes vertebrae, the individual spinal bones that keep the cord protected.
A skilled personal injury attorney will explore the various ways a spine injury has affected and will continue to affect your life. He or she will then seek a financial recovery that will fully compensate you for those consequences. We recognize that nothing we do can reverse the injury you have suffered, but our lawyers understand spinal cord injuries and know what it takes to obtain the maximum compensation possible on your behalf.
About The Possible Lifelong Effects Of Spinal Cord Damage
A spine injury can cause a wide array of damage, temporary and permanent. If the spinal cord remains intact after an accident or injury, the consequences may not last. However, when the spinal cord is severed, the effects are permanent. Paralysis is a very real concern of spine injuries. Depending on the location on the spine of the injury, a victim may be left paraplegic (paralyzed in the lower extremities) or quadriplegic (paralyzed in all four limbs). The most extreme spinal cord injuries can cause an individual to lose basic bodily functions, such as breathing, bladder control and sexual function.
Let Us Evaluate Your Case
Time is of the essence after a serious accident. The sooner you have a personal injury attorney on your side, the more options you may have for coping with the costs and worries that you now face. Your needs translate directly to our concerns at Towe, Ball, Mackey, Sommerfeld & Turner, PLLP, in Billings. Our lawyers fight aggressively for the rights of our injured clients. To schedule a free consultation about your case, call us at 406-534-0288 or 800-838-3083 or fill out our contact form.