Birmingham Spinal Cord Injury Lawyers
Birmingham Paralysis Attorneys; Representing Paralysis and Spinal Cord Injury Victims
Spinal cord injuries resulting from work accidents, automobile collisions, defective products, falls, or medical malpractice, are life altering events, and often require long-range or permanent medical care, therapy and rehabilitation. The costs for medical treatment can be overwhelming.
The Alabama spinal cord injury lawyers at Wininger Law Firm, LLC, have represented individuals with spinal cord injuries and other catastrophic injuries since 1964. We understand that one of the biggest concerns of someone with spinal cord injuries is securing the type of resources needed to pay for appropriate medical care.
We take great care and compassion in assessing injury cases where paralysis, brain injuries or spinal cord injuries are involved. We have the resources to hire medical experts, certified life care specialists, and disability planners to help us calculate complex costs for specialized or long-term medical care.
Our skilled Birmingham spinal cord injury attorneys can successfully articulate the need for a substantial jury award at trial. A settlement or judgment in a spinal cord injury case can effectively offset lifetime costs for attendant care, rehabilitation, medication and supplies, specialized transportation, and home modification needs.
Paralyzing Work Injuries from Spinal Cord or Traumatic Brain Injuries
A study published by the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation shows that currently, over 5,600,000 people in the United States suffer from some type of paralysis. Paralysis may result from spinal cord trauma or traumatic brain injury (TBI).
As stated below, the majority of paralyzing injuries in America occur on the job. Coming in second are spinal cord injuries from vehicle crashes:
- 362,000 paralyzed in work accidents
- 311,000 paralyzed in motor vehicle accidents
- 206,000 in sporting/recreation accidents
- 112,000 in falls
If you have been injured at work, and have suffered traumatic brain injuries or spinal cord injuries, the Alabama spinal cord injury and paralysis lawyers at Wininger Law Firm, LLC, can assist you with your claim. Call us today at 888.808.INJURY to find out more about Workers Compensation or Personal Injury claims for paralyzing injuries.