SPINAL CORD INJURY ATTORNEY
There are over eleven-thousand Americans who fall victim to spinal cord injuries every year, usually the result of automobile, all-terrain vehicle (ATV), bycicle or motorcycle accidents. Millions more are also victims to other less serious head/neck/spinal injuries that are disabling. At The Law Offices of Alexander M. Gurevich our attorney has the experience necessary to assist you with your neck and/or spinal cord injury case in an effort to achieve the best possible result receiving just compensation for your medical bills, lost wages, lengthy rehabilitation, pain and suffering, physical impairment and mental anguish.
Spinal cord injuries occur as a result of impact that damages nerve cells and supporting tissues of the nerve ducts which relay signals to the extremities and control motion thereby limiting or destroying the brain’s ability to communicate with the rest of the body. This can result in partial or full paralysis with a commensurate loss of sensation in the limbs. This is often accompanied by muscular pain, herniated discs, arthritic spurring, stretching of the nerves and impingement that cause unbearable pain. Treatments for these conditions are costly, prolonged and usually involves extensive physical therapy. The worst cases are entirely untreatable and consign a victim to a wheelchair for life. The resultant emotional pain, financial loss, reduction in quality of life and strain on personal relationships is impossible to calculate on a financial basis. These types of injuries have effects far beyond the obvious.
The task of evaluating the true long-term effects of a spinal cord injury is the most important step in setting goals aimed at a complete rehabilitation.
Our Houston attorney will sit with you, assess the facts of your case and explain to you all your available legal options.
We CAN EXPLAIN YOUR LEGAL RIGHTS
If you or a loved one is a victim of an accident resulting in spinal cord injury, call the Law Offices of Alexander M. Gurevich at (713) 224-9600 to connect with an experienced Houston accident attorney today. Your initial consultation is free of charge, and if we agree to accept your case, we work on a contingent fee basis. This means you pay for our services only if you receive a monetary award or recovery of funds.