Atlanta Paralysis Attorney
Have you, or a loved one, recently lost mobility or function in one or more of your limbs? It's likely that your paralysis seriously impacted your job, your family and your overall quality of life. Is this condition the result of a serious injury caused by another individual's negligent behavior? If so, you may be able to take legal action against the at-fault party. To learn more about your rights and options as the victim in a personal injury claim, contact the Atlanta spinal cord injury attorneys at the Grant Law Office today. Any form of paralysis is a life-changing event that requires a tremendous amount of adjustment and financial planning. We have assisted many individuals in order to obtain the maximum amount of compensation available.
With the passage of time, memories fade, witnesses may become unavailable and evidence may be destroyed or lost. As a result, it's important to enlist the aid of a capable law firm as soon as possible after the injury-causing incident. Keep in mind, the general statute of limitations for the filing of a personal injury lawsuit is two years. Some types of lawsuits, such as those that involve claims against a city, county, state or other governmental entity may have shorter deadlines.
Please feel free to contact us here at the Grant Law Office by calling (404) 995-3955 or (866) 249-5513 and let us review your options together, in a comprehensive, no-cost, no-obligation, case evaluation.
What Are The Most Common Kinds of Paralyzing Accidents?
- Automobile collisions
- Construction incidents
- Large truck accidents
- Boating incidents
- Workplace injuries
- Medical malpractice (particularly those involving compartment syndrome following an injury or treatment for an injury - which can result in limb paralysis, or, a failure to evacuate a hematoma following spinal surgery - which will result in permanent paralysis)
- Premises liability (including dangerous premises, or as the result of criminal conduct that the owner or a management company should have guarded against)
- Product liability
Who is Responsible for My Injuries?
Who holds responsibility in a given case is entirely dependent on the circumstances. Often, there are multiple parties who share responsibility for a negligently-caused injury. It is our job to investigate and determine the identities of the responsible parties and to hold them accountable for their negligence. Negligence refers to a failure act reasonably in a given situation under the existing circumstances. Negligence can range from a doctor's failure to consider and treat a limb-threatening condition such as compartment syndrome, to a driver's disregard for posted speed limits or stop signs.
What Should I Look For in an Atlanta Paralysis Lawyer?
When it comes to your injuries, you need a law firm that has experience with severe and catastrophic injury claims which include paralysis. Above all, you need a dedicated personal injury team that understands you, your injury and how this and how you have been affected. You deserve a law firm that will fight for fight for you to obtain a full financial recovery. For the past 30 years, the Grant Law Office has successfully represented individuals who have been victimized in paralyzing accidents and we can do the same for you. Contact a top Atlanta personal injury lawyer at your earliest convenience at (404) 995-3955 or (866) 249-5513.
Recent Paralysis Verdicts and Settlements
- $2.2 Million - Hospital malpractice resulting in paralysis.
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