Compassionate Counsel and Determined Representation for People with Spinal Cord Injuries
According to the National Spinal Cord Injury Statistical Center, approximately 12,500 people sustain nonfatal, but catastrophic spinal cord injuries every year. Spinal cord injuries can involve any of the following types of injuries:
- Complete paralysis of the upper and lower body (total quadriplegia)
- Partial paralysis of the upper and lower body (partial quadriplegia)
- Complete paralysis of the lower body (total paraplegia)
- Partial paralysis of the lower body (partial paraplegia)
Any of these injuries will alter the course of the rest of a person’s life. A person’s movement and mobility will be compromised. It may not be possible for a person with a spinal cord injury to work again. If you or someone you love has been paralyzed in a catastrophic auto accident or other type of accident caused by another’s negligence, it is critical to have lawyers on your side who understand just how much is at stake.
At Burress Law PLLC, our attorneys have made it our mission to help people who have sustained all types of catastrophic injuries recover the compensation they will need now and in the years to come.
Client-Centered Legal Representation in Spinal Cord Injury Cases
We want to do everything we can to help you and your loved ones prepare for your future, both physically and financially. That means fighting diligently on your behalf to identify all responsible parties, holding those parties accountable and maximizing your recovery.
We are relentless at every stage of your case. We carefully investigate the crash scene, working with experts as necessary to prove the fault of the other party or parties. Proving fault, however, is only one part of the case. Proving your damages in a spinal cord injury is just as important, simply because the costs of your present and future care are likely to amount to an extraordinary sum of money.
We work with top-tier economists, rehabilitation experts, life-care planners, orthopedic/neurosurgeons, neuropsychologists, clinical psychiatrists and other experts who can show the insurance company, and a jury if necessary, the extent of your medical damages, lost income and lost earning potential. With a strong record of success in both settlement negotiations and trial, we will be fully prepared to help you recover the compensation you need to move forward from this traumatic event on the best possible terms.
Learn More About How We Can Help You
We charge you nothing unless we win. Call our McKinney, Texas, law firm today to schedule your free initial consultation: 214.726.0016. We also encourage you to contact our lawyers online if you prefer.