Diligently Seeking Justice for Paralysis Victims
Spinal cord injuries can be extremely debilitating to victims and leave them to deal with a variety of side effects, some of which can last a lifetime. Numbness in the extremities, loss of grip strength, trouble with the performance of numerous bodily systems and others are all possible depending on the severity of your injury. In the most extreme cases, spinal cord injuries can leave the victim partially or completely paralyzed.
Paraplegia refers to a condition where the victim is paralyzed from the waist down. Quadriplegia describes the paralysis of the entire body from the neck down. In either case, the victim's life is changed forever, and life as he or she knew it prior to the injury will never be the same. In cases where the injury happened as the result of an accident that was caused due to the negligence of another, victims have the right to full and fair compensation.
The Ohio spinal cord injury attorneys at Gervelis Law Firm provide focused, results-oriented representation to spinal cord injury victims across Ohio and Pennsylvania. Facing the prospect of living without the ability to move can be incredibly overwhelming. You have our promise to do everything in our power to secure the financial support and medical care you need as you transition into this new phase of your life.
Strong Representation During a Difficult Time
The journey back from a paralyzing injury is a long and difficult one. There is sure to be a long recovery period and significant adjustments to how you go about completing even the most basic tasks. The law provides a number of benefits to assist you through this process, and our attorneys have the experience to seek the maximum level of compensation based on the circumstances of your case.
Among the benefits we can seek on behalf of paralysis victims are the following:
- Current and future medical care
- Physical therapy
- Assistive medical equipment
- Treatment for depression and related conditions
- Loss of earning capacity
Get Sound Advice From a Youngstown Quadriplegia Lawyer
Call to schedule a free initial consultation at one of our office locations below:
- Canfield/Boardman 330-533-6565
- Youngstown/Liberty 330-758-5899
- Warren/Ravenna/Niles 330-394-6400
- Salem/Alliance 330-332-9790
- Akron/Kent/Hudson 330-835-2943
We Can Also Come To You
You can call us toll free at 888-325-3452 to schedule a consultation at your home, office, the hospital or another location that is more convenient for you. You may also contact us via e-mail with a few details about your case, and we will follow up with you to discuss your injuries further. We dedicate our entire practice to helping injury victims, and you can rely on us to pursue maximum compensation on your behalf.