NYC Quadriplegia And Paraplegia Injuries Lawyers

QuadriplegiaAndParaplegiaInjuriesOne of the most tragic and debilitating injuries a worker can suffer are those that lead to paraplegia or quadriplegia. Quadriplegia is a paralysis that results in partial or total loss of sensation and control in all limbs and the torso. Paraplegia is a related disease but does not affect the sufferer’s arms. Injuries that occur higher in the spine tend to cause quadriplegia, while lower spine injuries are often responsible for paraplegia. Both of these conditions can be devastating, affecting mobility and the ability to work.

 

Quadriplegia and paraplegia require vast amounts of medical treatment and ongoing medical support. Because of this, it is important to seek counsel and secure workers’ compensation benefits for you or your loved one.

Oftentimes the lifestyle overhaul needed to properly care for a paraplegia or quadriplegia victim is extensive, and the workers compensation attorneys at Kaplan Lawyers PC recognize the need for personalized, full-time aid as well as financial assistance.

The experienced workers’ compensation lawyers on our team know that the severity of these spinal-cord injuries necessitate tremendous, coordinated care which requires a comprehensive approach to obtain all of the workers’ compensation benefits available. Paraplegia and quadriplegia are life altering injuries, and retaining counsel from Kaplan Lawyers PC will assure you a lifetime of comprehensive, compassionate and effective legal assistance.

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The consultation is free, and if we are unable to recover benefits, we waive all legal fees. Paraplegia and quadriplegia are devastating injuries that will have an impact on not only the injured workers’ life, but on family and friends as well. There are physical, emotional and financial implications and we are here to help you obtain all of the benefits you deserve.

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