Atlanta Quadriplegia Lawyers
If you, or a loved one, have recently suffered a quadriplegic injury not of your own doing, you probably have a number of concerns on your mind, such as:
- How will we ever pay for all of these medical bills?
- Will we ever recover from the damage done?
- Do we have legal options?
- Should I call a lawyer?
If you are contemplating these, or any other questions concerning a quadriplegic injury caused by another individual's negligence, it may be time to seek legal counsel.
Call the Grant Law Office today and speak with one of our understanding Atlanta spinal cord injury attorneys about your case options. For over three decades we have helped severely injured individuals such as you, obtain the justice they deserve. Considering the life-altering and traumatic nature of a quadriplegic injury, you could be entitled to significant compensation from the at-fault party. Depending on the mitigating and aggravating factors of the case, awarded damages could include:
- Emergency room transportation and treatment
- Extensive physician and specialist care
- Long-term rehabilitation and therapy
- Loss of wages or employment
- Loss of consortium
For more information on how our firm can help you you with a paralysis claim, dial (404) 995-3955 or (866) 249-5513 or contact us using the form found on this page.
Of course, it is only natural to question whether or not retaining a lawyer is worth it at this juncture. Many families often wonder – "The damage has already been done. What good will a settlement do now?" While there is no undoing the terrible damage that has been done to you and your family, a successful claim can help you overcome the immediate financial hurdles that almost always accompany a quadriplegic condition. In addition, a proper settlement can help you plan for the future and properly adjust in relative peace.
But don't delay. Call the Grant Law Office today and get the help you deserve.
Generally speaking, the nerves extending through the neck, head and spine are especially delicate features of our anatomy. This is unfortunate, as they also regulate almost every other major function of our body. Even the slightest amount of force can cause irreparable harm. Quadriplegia occurs after the neck has suffered a significant blow, effectively severing the nerves and rending everything from the neck down paralyzed. This can happen in any number of ways, but some of the more common incidents we have encountered include:
- Slips, trips and falls on a hard surface or stairwell
- Automobile, truck and motorcycle collisions
- Construction accidents
- Medical malpractice
- Defective products
We recommend as soon as possible. Keep in mind, that in the state of Georgia, you have a limited amount of time in which to file your claim. This is commonly known as a statute of limitations. Failing to meet the deadline imposed by the statute of limitations can mean a forfeiture of your rights. Don't let this happen to you or your family. Call the Grant Law Office today at (404) 995-3955 or (866) 249-5513 and schedule your free case consultation with one of our experienced attorneys.
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