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When you have suffered a spinal cord injury, it can be painfully easy to feel like you are out of options and have no more luck left when it comes to pursuing compensation from the party that hurt you. Our Monroe spinal cord injury attorneys from Morris & Dewett Injury Lawyers are here to tell you that you do have ways to make a claim with our help. Also, you won’t need any luck when you let our highly experienced team work on your case and represent you, both in and out of court.
We have extensive experience as a team of catastrophic injury trial lawyers. Some of the worst injury cases that Louisiana courts have seen have been handled by our firm, so we can surely work on yours as well. We understand that every person is unique, which means you never have to worry about being handed a premanufactured case when you work with us.
Our law firm can work with medical experts to get a clearer understanding of your spine or spinal cord injury. By networking with orthopedic surgeons, chiropractors, and more, we can build a stronger claim that shows just how much your life has changed and will remain changed due to the mistakes of the defendant.
Let us know if you suffered any of these spine injuries or something similar:
Most cases of paralysis are incurable, so the difficulties they cause are permanent. Advancements in medical sciences have allowed some cases of paralysis to be cured in recent years that once would have been deemed impossible to treat. However, the treatments and equipment needed in those cases can be incredibly expensive, which makes it even more important to file a claim that you know will pursue the full compensation you deserve.
If your paralysis is deemed incurable or you are never expected to return to full mobility after reaching your maximum medical improvement, then that consequence of your spinal cord injury needs to be factored into your case as a heightened value. Non-economic damage reflects your pain, suffering, and hardships, so it would be fair to demand a larger non-economic damage value if your paralysis is permanent than if it was temporary or partially treatable. While no amount of money can undo the pain caused by a paralyzing injury, it can help you live more comfortably and possibly find a sense of closure.