Ohio Personal Injury Attorneys Handling Spinal Injury Cases
To a spinal cord injury victim, the circumstances behind the accident that caused the injury are not nearly as important as his or her prognosis. How much improvement is likely? Will the victim have to live with paraplegia or quadriplegia for the rest of his or her life? Does physical therapy hold out hope?
Confidential Settlement for a woman whose van rolled over rendering her quadriplegic when her roof crushed in on her.
$1.6 million verdict for a young woman who was ejected and paralyzed in a rollover and her seatbelt did not keep her in the vehicle
Confidential Settlement of a man rendered quadriplegic when his sport utility vehicle rolled over on the road after he steered to avoid another vehicle
Confidential Settlement for a woman rendered quadriplegic when she was ejected from her car during a rollover because of the seatbelt design which failed to restrain her when the car door opened during the rollover.
Confidential Settlement for a young Ph.D who suffered brain injury and spinal cord injury when the rented 15-passenger van he was driving rolled over its instability and defective handling characteristics.
The legal side of the equation should be explored also. Did negligence contribute to the injury? Call or e-mail the personal injury law offices of Lowe Eklund Wakefield & Mulvihill Co., LPA, to schedule a consultation regarding your injury, the accident and possible critical factors such as airbag malfunction or inadequate protective guardrails surrounding dangerous heavy equipment in factories.
Lower Back Injury
Some serious back injury victims have made remarkable recoveries and gone on to live nearly normal lives. A worker with a herniated disc or vertebrae fracture may or may not be able to be physically rehabilitated sufficiently to return to work. We can help determine whether you have a case in these circumstances.
Catastrophic Spine Injuries
Many other spinal cord injury victims remain wheelchair-bound for life and require personal assistance indefinitely. If you or your family member has suffered a serious personal injury such as a debilitating spinal cord injury or a traumatic brain injury, it makes sense to discuss the case with a personal injury law firm. Our firm is highly knowledgeable about products liability as well as other forms of negligence, such as a traffic violation or failure to provide adequate security in a parking lot.
We are well qualified to investigate spinal cord injury cases resulting from any occurrence such as:
If you or your husband or wife suffered a spinal cord injury resulting in partial or total paralysis (paraplegia or quadriplegia), call or e-mail the law firm to schedule a consultation with a lawyer at Lowe Eklund Wakefield & Mulvihill Co., LPA, in Cleveland, Ohio. Through our nationwide law practice, we represent injured people and their families in all regions of the U.S.
Confidential Settlement: Young woman rendered quadriplegic when her passenger automobile rolled over and she was ejected because her seatbelt was attached to her door, which came open during the course of the rollover, taking the seatbelt with it and leaving her unrestrained.
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