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If you or a loved one have experienced a painful spinal cord injury to due another’s negligence, contact the West Virginia spinal cord injury lawyers at the Manchin Law Group today.
The spinal cord is one of the most important parts of our bodies. A spinal cord injury is one of the most serious injuries from which an individual can suffer. After experiencing a spinal cord injury, an accident victim is usually paralyzed and experiences a lifetime of limitations. While some therapies and aggressive treatments can help a spinal cord injury victim regain some function, many spinal cord injury victims are faced with a lifetime in a wheelchair or other restricted mobility.
Quadriplegia and paraplegia change one’s life in multiple ways. Typical work activities may no longer be possible as one is faced with new disabilities. Parents and spouses oftentimes become caregivers. New and ongoing expenses arise.
In addition to emergency medical treatment, follow-up medical care and rehabilitation therapies, a spinal cord injury victim often is faced with new expenses. In addition to a wheelchair, a person may need a lift to move around their home, and a modified van to travel to and from treatments. People with spinal cord injuries also often need a personal caregiver for several hours a day to assist with activities of daily living. Proving these future expenses often requires the use of a life-care planner. Our attorneys have been using these experts for many years.
Consulting with a skilled spinal cord injury attorney in West Virginia after suffering a spinal cord injury can help you pursue maximum available compensation to assist in life’s new difficulties. Whether you were injured in a car accident, a coal mining accident or some other accident, the lawyers at the Manchin Injury Law Group can be your most valuable resource.
At the Manchin Injury Law Group in Fairmont, our injury attorneys work on a contingency fee basis. This means we do not get paid unless we obtain results for you. If you or a loved one has suffered a spinal cord injury, contact one of our West Virginia lawyers today by calling (304) 367-1862 so you don’t have to stand alone.