Florida Legal Services For Clients Suffering Spinal Injuries
Any spinal cord injury is potentially life threatening. Fine, Farkash & Parlapiano have advocated on behalf of individuals who have sustained serious spinal cord injuries including paraplegia and quadriplegia. In these cases it is often necessary to hire numerous experts including physiatrists, psychiatrists, and life care planners. The courage demonstrated by individuals seeking to recover from these serious injuries is inspiring. We work very hard and do our best for these unfortunate victims.
When An Accident Results In A Spinal Cord Injury
Clients who have suffered life-changing spinal cord injuries come to the Alachua County law firm of Fine, Farkash & Parlapiano, P.A., looking for help. We move quickly to build their case following various types of accidents, including:
You Need Proactive And Diligent Advocacy
Cases involving a spinal cord injury are complex and require a proactive approach. From the initial investigation, through the hiring of medical and economic loss experts to the documentation of the impact a spinal cord injury (including herniated disks) has on the injured person, we are there to make the strongest case possible so you will make the best recovery possible. We are familiar with how to prove a spinal cord injury case and which expert witnesses will be necessary to help a jury fully understand the terrible impact a spinal cord injury can have on a person. We will evaluate your case and be sure all necessary experts are consulted. These experts might include:
- Expert economists
- Vocational experts
- Physical and occupational therapists
- Accident reconstructionists
Special needs trusts and government benefits may be needed if you suffer a catastrophic spinal cord injury. A significant financial recovery from the responsible party may affect any benefits you are entitled to receive. Talk with us to understand your options.
When we represent you, through our experience, we can help you take into account not only your immediate needs but also those you may have long into the future.
For more information or to schedule an appointment with an experienced lawyer, please contact us.