Paralysis: Representing Those Suffering From Paraplegia And Quadriplegia in Alachua County
A Florida car or truck accident or other personal injuries can cause devastating damage, including partial paralysis, paraplegia or quadriplegia. In most cases, paralysis is caused by damage to the spinal cord. The exact area of the spinal cord that was injured and the extent of that injury determine the type of paralysis and the likelihood of the victim regaining mobility.
If you suffered paralysis due to the negligence of another driver or any other party, you deserve compensation to cover your medical bills and treatment, make sure your family is provided for while you are out of work and minimize other financial burdens. At Fine, Farkash & Parlapiano, P.A., our goal is to obtain the maximum amount of compensation possible for your serious injury.
Our Gainesville paralysis injury lawyers have more than 100 combined years of experience. We are proud of our lawyers and staff because they are caring and understanding at a time when you need the most critical help you may ever require in your life.
Paying For Years Of Future Medical Care
Medical care is often ongoing and extensive after a paralysis-causing accident. Without compensation from a personal injury settlement or jury award, the costs can easily lead to bankruptcy. Our law firm will fight to ensure you have the money you need to pay for the full range of medical services and equipment you may need for a lifetime, including:
- Nursing care
- Specialist care
- Specially built vehicles
- Home alterations such as ramps, wider doors, etc.
We are also familiar with special needs trusts and other legal strategies to help you maintain eligibility for Social Security Disability benefits and other government benefits after receiving a personal injury settlement or award.
If you or someone you love suffered partial paralysis, paraplegia or quadriplegia in an accident, schedule a free initial consultation with a licensed attorney at Fine, Farkash & Parlapiano, P.A. Simply call our Gainesville office at 352-562-7809 or 877-418-1087, or contact us online. We charge no fees unless we recover money for you.
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