Macon Ga Paralysis Attorney
The profound effect that paralysis has on its victims is clear. If someone else’s negligence leaves you paralyzed, it is a life-altering experience that requires a lifetime of ongoing care and attention. If this is the extremely difficult situation you find yourself in, the first order of business is reaching out to an experienced Macon paralysis attorney.
Your Physical, Financial, and Emotional Losses
If you have been paralyzed by someone else’s negligence, the losses you face can be difficult to overstate, but each category of loss (or legal damage) should be thoroughly addressed.
Your Medical Expenses
The medical costs associated with paralysis are ongoing, and because paralysis is closely associated with very serious secondary healthcare concerns, the attendant medical expenses tend to be immense. Consider the following:
- Emergency, surgical, and hospital care
- Medical tests, procedures, and treatments
- Pain management
- Physical and occupational therapy
- Physical adaptations to home and vehicle
- Assistance with the activities of daily living
- Home health care
- Mobility aids
Your Lost Earnings
Paralysis is so serious and so final that you may be unable to return to work at all, but you can expect a seriously diminished earning capacity regardless.
Your Pain and Suffering
The emotional pain and suffering associated with an injury of this magnitude is likely to be both immense and exceptionally difficult to conquer.
Speak to an Experienced Macon Ga Paralysis Attorney Today
The accomplished Macon Ga paralysis attorneys at the law offices of Ben F. Windham, PC, in Cobb County recognize how difficult your situation is and are well prepared to harness the full power of their experience in pursuit of your rightful compensation. We’re here to help, so please don’t wait to contact or call us at 833.236.9467 to schedule your free consultation today.