Spinal Cord Injury Lawyer in Olathe

Causes of Spinal Cord Injuries

Should a victim suffer a spinal cord injury in an accident, the effect could be severe and could have a lasting effect on the individual's quality of life. As the body's main system of nerves, the spinal cord is very delicate and very vital to a person's mobility and sensory abilities. Any type of damage or injury to the spine could therefore result in loss of feeling or mobility below the point of injury, either temporarily or permanently.

Causes of spinal cord injuries include but are not limited to the following:

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In minor cases of spinal cord injury, the victim could lose some or all of their feeling or mobility below the area of injury. Serious cases, however, could result in permanent paralysis that prevents the victim from walking – or even from using their arms or head – ever again. In cases such as this, a competent Olathe personal injury attorney could fight to recover multiple types of damages. These could be monetary damages for medical bills and loss of income, or special compensation for pain and suffering or loss of consortium. Learn more today through a free consultation with a lawyer from Martin & Wallentine.

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Having handled countless cases in the Johnson Count Courthouse, our team could provide the experienced and aggressive representation that you need to obtain maximum compensation for your personal injury. We are skilled in presenting persuasive arguments in court and could prove the liability of the party responsible for your injury. Call now for a free evaluation and to get answers to any questions you may have about spinal cord injuries and recovery for damages.

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