Morrow Ga Paralysis Attorney
The finality of paralysis is devastating, and if you or someone you love has been paralyzed by someone else’s negligence, the path forward is likely to be daunting. When it comes to an injury as serious as paralysis, obtaining the compensation to which you are entitled is critical to your ability to reach your fullest recovery, and for that, you need an experienced Morrow paralysis attorney in your corner.
The Extensive Losses You Face
The physical, financial, and emotional losses associated with paralysis often go well beyond other kinds of serious injuries.
In addition to the medical costs associated with other serious injuries, you are also likely to be looking at expenses related to the following:
- Ongoing health care that addresses your primary injury and the complications and secondary health concerns that generally attend paralysis
- Ongoing assistance with the activities of daily living
- Home health care
- Physical adaptions to your home and vehicle
- Mobility aids, including a wheelchair
If your career involves physical labor of any kind, paralysis can put an end to your working ability permanently. Regardless of the kind of job you do, however, an injury of this magnitude is almost certain to leave you with considerable losses in income.
Pain and Suffering
The physical and emotional pain and suffering you experience as a result of paralysis can be difficult to assess. Your life is permanently altered, however, and this fact must be addressed succinctly in your paralysis claim.
An Experienced Morrow Paralysis Attorney Is Standing by to Help
The well-qualified Morrow paralysis attorneys at the law offices of Ben F. Windham, PC, in Clayton County are on your side and here to help. To learn more and to schedule a free consultation, please don’t wait to contact or call us at 833.236.9467 today.