Orlando Quadriplegia Lawyers

Representing Victims Suffering from Quadriplegia / Tetraplegia

Quadriplegia is also known as tetraplegia. Quadriplegia / tetraplegia is the paralysis of all limbs due to spinal cord injury. This is usually caused by illness or injury that results in partial or total loss of use of all limbs and the torso. Loss of bowel and bladder use is also common. Because of the depressed function and immobility, quadriplegics are often more vulnerable to pressure sores, osteoporosis, and fractures.

Severity depends on the level at which the spinal cord is injured and the extent of the injury. For instance, take the following examples:

  • A person with a C1 injury will most likely lose function from the neck down and be on a ventilator for the rest of his or her life.
  • A person with a C7 injury may lose function from the chest down but still retain use of the arms and hands.
  • A complete severing of the spinal cord will result in total loss of function from that vertebra down. It is common to have the movement in limbs, such as the ability to move the arms but not the hands, or to be able to use the fingers but not to the same extent as before the injury.

How Our Orlando Spinal Cord Injury Attorneys Can Help

If you or someone you love is suffering from a serious spinal cord injury such as quadriplegia, do not wait to obtain legal representation. The medical bills and recovery costs associated with your injury will likely be much more than you can afford. An Orlando catastrophic injury attorney from our office can help you seek maximum compensation for your pain and suffering.

Twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, The Trial Professionals P.A. is here to help you after an accident and / or injury. To date, we’ve successfully recovered millions of dollars for injured victims in Florida, and we’re ready to help you get the same favorable results.

Our entire legal team works on a contingency fee basis, which means we charge no upfront fees for the services we provide. In fact, the only time you’ll pay us is after we’ve secured a favorable result on your behalf. To put it simply: If we don’t win, you don’t pay.

Contact an Orlando quadriplegia attorney at our office today for a consultation. We can be reached at 855.375.9959.

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