PORTLAND PARALYSIS INJURY LAWYER
The loss of mobility is an enormous hardship that affects every aspect an injury victim’s life. When a personal injury causes paralysis, the victim may not be able to work. He or she may not be able to engage in everyday activities that are essential to a fulfilling life.
If you or a loved one has suffered paralysis due to the negligence of another, it is important to consult with an experienced personal injury attorney. At the Savage Law Firm, our lawyers have the skill and experience to effectively handle complex personal injury suits involving paraplegia, quadriplegia and other forms of paralysis.
To arrange a free initial consultation with an experienced Portland paralysis attorney, contact our firm at 503-222-0200 or 206-957-7272.
Losing one’s ability to independently function, get around or move without assistance is a huge blow to one’s future outlook. However, we may be able to help.
Paralysis and Personal Injury
Paralysis can result from a wide range of personal injury accidents, including car accidents, slip-and-fall accidents and workplace accidents. Paralysis can also be the result of medical malpractice, as errors made by surgeons, obstetricians, anesthesiologists and other medical professionals can result in spinal cord injuries.
The most serious forms of paralysis are:
- Paraplegia: loss of mobility in the legs
- Quadriplegia: loss of mobility from the neck down
Paralysis victims may require extensive medical treatment, adaptive equipment, home care, adapted living quarters and other expensive accommodations. Our lawyers understand the hardships facing paralysis victims and work to help them obtain the compensation they need to pay for the enormous financial burden of a paralyzing injury.
Contact an Oregon Paralyzed Injury Attorney
Contact us to discuss your case at no initial cost. Our Portland personal injury attorneys represent clients in communities in both Oregon and Washington.
For a free, no-obligation consultation with one of our experienced injury lawyers in Portland, call 503-222-0200; or in Seattle, call 206-957-7272.