Spinal Cord Injuries

Were You Injured Through Someone’s Wrongdoing or Negligence?

Everyone knows how important your spinal cord is – the bundle of nerves surrounded by a bone casing that runs from your head all the way down to your tailbone is what allows your brain to communicate with every nerve in your body. But how much time do you spend thinking about what happens when that communication is disrupted? Even a seemingly minor accident can lead to potentially permanent and serious complications, so it’s important to seek immediate attention to ensure that your spine is undamaged and healthy.

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If the worst comes to pass and you discover that your spinal cord is damaged, your medical bills and ongoing treatment may end up costing you quite a bit of money. If your injury was caused by someone else’s negligence or wrongdoing, you may be able to file a lawsuit to secure the compensation you need to cover all of those bills, as well as any other damages you may have incurred. At MayesTelles, PLLC, our Phoenix personal injury attorneys have spent their careers fighting for their clients and providing them with the experienced and knowledgeable legal representation they deserve. If you were seriously injured, contact us today to discuss your case with a member of our firm.

How Severe Was Your Injury?

The severity of your injury may vary depending on what part of your spine was affected. Medical professionals classify these types of injuries in two different ways – incomplete, where some motor and sensory function remains below the site of the injury, and complete, where all motor and sensory function below the site of the injury is gone. The most severe spinal cord injuries can result in paralysis, which can leave victims permanently unable to use portions of their body. Some of the most common ways spinal cord injuries can occur include:

  • High impact sports
  • Diseases
  • Alcohol
  • Violence
  • Motor vehicle accidents
  • Falls

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Hire An Experienced Personal Injury Lawyer Today

Spinal cord injuries can be terrifying to even think about – actually suffering from one can be devastating to the victims and everyone else in their life. If someone else’s negligent actions caused your injury, our Phoenix personal injury lawyers at MayesTelles, PLLC are ready to provide you with the experienced legal guidance you need to secure you the compensation you deserve. Fill out our online form to request a free case evaluation, or call us at (602) 428-7104 to speak with a member of our staff today.

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