Spinal Cord Injury Lawyers in Michigan
Advocating for Victims of Severe, Life-Altering Injuries
Spinal cord injuries occur as the result of a sudden trauma to the spine which dislocates or fractured vertebrae. Some spinal cord injuries can even cause permanent and complete paralysis. Often, these types of injuries have serious, lasting impacts for both the victim and his or her family.
Did you or a family member suffer a spinal cord injury as the result of an accident? If you are dealing with the complications of a spinal cord injury, contact Grewal Law PLLC today for a free consultation. Our spinal cord injury lawyers in Michigan have over a century of combined legal experience and have handled all types of complex catastrophic injury claims. Our firm has successfully recovered millions of dollars for our clients.
Call us today at (888) 211-5798 or submit an online contact form to schedule a free, no-obligation case evaluation.
Types of Spinal Cord Injuries
According to the National Institute of Neurological Disorders, there are two types of spinal cord injuries:
- An incomplete injury is when the spinal cord is still able to convey messages to the brain, allowing some movement below the injury (partial paralysis).
- A complete injury is when all motor function is lost at and below the damaged point on the spine (complete paralysis).
After suffering any form of spinal cord injury, it is vital for an individual to obtain immediate medical treatment and rehabilitation to reduce the long-term damage to their system. In addition, an injured person needs access to the latest technologies. There are an array of mobility aids designed to help an injured person gain back some movement.
Complications Related to Spinal Cord Injuries
Besides symptoms related to paralysis, some individuals who have sustained spinal cord injuries deal with respiratory problems. Many of these individuals will need a medical device to assist with breathing. Other common problems include dysfunction in the bladder or bowels, as well as heart problems.
Are you or a family member dealing with the life-altering results of a spinal cord injury? It is important to get the best treatment possible in order to increase the success of rehabilitation. Contact Grewal Law PLLC to speak to one of our Michigan spinal cord injury lawyers today. You can also reach us using our online form. One of our experienced staff will get back to you right away to help you or your family member.
Call (888) 211-5798 or contact us online for a complimentary consultation.
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