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New York City Spinal Cord Injury Lawyer

Verdicts for Spinal Discectomy

Suffering a spinal cord injury can be a devastating event in one's life and usually occurs during a large accident. If you or a family member has suffered a spinal cord injury because of the negligence of others call the Law Firm of Frekhtman & Associates and speak with a New York spine injury lawyer for a free, no-obligation consultation regarding your rights and options. Car accidents, work-related injuries, falls, assaults, and sports traumas are the leading causes of spinal injuries which affect over 10,000 people in the United States each year, 1000 in New York alone. Frekhtman & Associates represent...

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Head-On Collisions Remain a Deadly Threat to Many


Unfortunately, head-on collisions can be devastating to witness and hard for first responders to handle. And all too often, survivors must endure lengthy treatment regimens and complete long-term rehabilitation programs. However, our law firm’s experience in handling these types of major accident claims can help clients win sizeable settlement awards or fully comprehensive verdicts. Once you contact our office, we will carefully review the facts of your case to see if there’s clear proof that another party negligently caused your accident. In some cases, you may still be able to recover for your injuries, even if a small percentage of fault...

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New York City Quadriplegia Lawyer

Total loss of movement and sensation from the neck down to both feet is known as Quadriplegia. It is caused by trauma to the brain and or cervical spine at a high level (neck vertebrae closest to the brain). The severity of the injury depends on which cervical disc is injured. C1 is the closest cervical disc to the brain and a traumatic injury to this dics will most likely render the patient a complete quadriplegic unable to move his or her arms or legs. An injury to the C5-6 disc (lowest disc from brain) may only injure the legs while...

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