Phoenix Paralysis Attorneys

Retain Compassionate and Dedicated Injury Representation

We understand the devastating nature that paralysis can have on the life of the injured and the entire family. Not only will you have to deal with costly medical bills, both now and in the future, your paralyzed loved one will no longer be able to be completely independent. The effects of a catastrophic injury like paralysis are life-altering.

At Montoya, Lucero & Pastor, P.A., we believe in fighting for the compensation that our clients truly deserve. We do not charge any legal fees unless we win on your behalf, that way you can focus on what is truly important – your family and the recovery process. Let us deal with all of the legal aspects and help you recover the financial assistance you need.

Receive your free case evaluation with our Phoenix catastrophic injury attorneys today.

Paraplegia vs. Quadriplegia

There are two main kinds of paralysis that can occur: paraplegia and quadriplegia. Paraplegia involves the immobilization of the lower limbs starting at the point where the spinal cord was injured. Quadriplegia involves paralysis from the shoulders down, in most cases.

The degree of the paralysis depends directly on the spinal nerve injury, which will directly impact the injured individual’s quality of life. Damage can be as extreme as having little to no functionality below the head, requiring a ventilator for them to live. The least severe form of paraplegia involves partial loss of leg muscle function, allowing limited mobility.

Types of Accidents Resulting in Paralysis

Paralysis occurs as a result of a spinal cord, neck, or back injury, which can occur in car accidents, motorcycle accidents, and trucking accidents. Paralysis can also occur on construction sites when general contractors fail to make the construction site safe causing injury to others on the property.

Other common causes of paralysis include:

Whatever the cause of your injuries, if a careless individual or medical professional was to blame, you may be eligible for financial help. Let our Phoenix paralysis lawyers fight for you to help you re-build your life after a life-changing injury.

Top-Rated Phoenix Injury Lawyers

It is our priority to protect the rights of the injured throughout Arizona. Should you choose to retain our firm, we will work personally with you throughout the duration of your case, always remaining available to answer any of your questions and calm you concerns.

We treat each of our clients with the utmost respect, as we know this is likely a difficult time for you and your family. Let us review the details of your case during a free initial case consultation. You have nothing to lose, but potentially everything to gain.

Call 602.483.6869 today to speak with our Phoenix personal injury lawyers!
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