Spinal Cord Injury
An injury to the spinal cord can be one of the most devastating catastrophic injuries a person can face. Trauma to the spinal column, which contains nerves that transmit signals from the brain throughout the body, can potentially result in paralysis that may leave the victim unable to move their bodies, work, perform everyday tasks, or care for themselves. Paralysis can also leave victims susceptible to other conditions and illnesses, such as chronic infections, difficulty breathing, difficulty regulating body temperature, bowel problems, and more.
When spinal cord injuries result from preventable accidents caused by another person’s negligence, such as car accidents, truck accidents, or assaults on another person’s property, victims have a right to pursue compensation from the at-fault party. At Kobs & Philley, PLLC, our Mississippi personal injury lawyers have extensive experience advocating for the catastrophically injured and are prepared to do whatever it takes to help our clients and their families obtain justice.Why Choose Kobs & Philley, PLLC?
- Free, no-obligation consultations
- Honest, open communication & accessibility
- Personalized advocacy
- No fees unless we win your case
- We’ve been named Best Personal Injury Attorneys by Newsweek (2016)
Depending on the age of the victim at the time of the injury, lifetime costs for an injury to the spinal cord can reach into the hundreds of thousands of dollars to well over a million dollars, creating enormous financial stress for families. By filing a personal injury lawsuit, victims and families can recoup these losses and ensure that their loved one’s future care is secured. Serious injury cases can be complex, which is why it is crucial to involve an experienced, proven attorney to represent you throughout the entire process and who can fight for the most money possible on your behalf.
We invite you to contact our Mississippi spinal cord injury lawyers today to set up a free initial case review. During your consultation, we will take time to learn about your case, inform you of your rights, and discuss your options. There is a time limit for filing personal injury cases, so do not delay in calling our team.
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