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Queens Spinal Cord Injury Lawyers

Queens Spinal Cord Injury Lawyers

The spinal cord consists of a vertebral column and discs surrounded by nerve roots and tissue. The spinal cord transmits messages from the brain to the arms, legs, and other parts of the human body. In a serious traumatic accident, the spinal cord can become injured. Depending on the severity of the spinal cord injury, the patient can suffer partial or total paralysis including quadriplegia which means paralysis of both arms and both legs. Paraplegia refers to paralysis of the legs only known as the lower extremities. Paraparesis refers to a partial loss of use of the legs while quadriparesis refers to a partial paralysis of all four extremities.

Spinal Cord injuries at the cervical spine closer to the head may cause more loss of function as compared with lower injuries to the lumbar spine or sacrum.

Frekhtman & Associates works with top experts to prove liability against defendants and to prove maximum damages at the time of trial.

Types of Compensation an Individual with a Spinal Cord Injury can receive

  • past & future pain and suffering
  • lost earnings
  • future medical expenses including surgery, physical therapy, and other related medical costs
  • and other types of recovery depending on case specific facts

Contact the Queens spinal cord injury lawyers at the F&A law firm at (718) 331-3330. The consultation is free. Our legal representation and all attorney work throughout the case is always free upfront. Our legal fee is a percentage of the recover we must first win for you. Contact our experienced Queens trial lawyers via phone, email, in office consultation. We also make home & hospital visits.