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Long Island Spinal Cord Injury Lawyer

Spinal cord injury symptoms vary from person to person. These injuries may result in physical impairment, paralysis, and loss of bodily functions. Seeking immediate medical treatment for spinal cord injuries is critical when it comes to improving your chances of recovery. Spinal cord medical treatment costs are very high, and those who suffer spinal cord injuries frequently lose the ability to work, at least temporarily. 

If you have suffered a spinal cord injury caused by someone else’s fault, you need an attorney who is experienced in spinal cord injury cases. The Long Island personal injury attorneys at Sullivan Papain Block McGrath Coffinas & Cannavo, P.C. have dedicated their law practice to helping personal injury victims recover compensation for their injuries and damages. They represent clients who have suffered spinal cord and other types of injuries, in accidents caused by someone’s negligent or reckless conduct. 

Spinal Cord Injury Practice

  • Our law firm focuses solely on personal injury recovery. With that single focus and our ample resources, our attorneys provide high quality, uncompromising representation for all of our personal injury clients. 
  • We take pride in the attention our attorneys give to each case and every client. We treat every case with the care and compassion that our clients deserve. 
  • Our highly skilled and experienced attorneys handle our spinal cord injury cases. Our attorneys will fight to see that you and your family secure maximum compensation for your spinal cord injury claim.  

Proving Spinal Cord Injury Causation

It is critical to prove that the defendant’s conduct caused the accident that resulted in your spinal cord injury. Common causes of spinal cord injuries include car accidents, construction accidents, falls, violence, and sports participation. In most spinal cord injury cases, insurance companies will be responsible for paying your claim. 

Defendants and insurance companies will typically defend your claim by blaming you or another party for causing the accident. Our attorneys will investigate your accident and gather evidence to support your claim. Proving spinal cord injury cases can be complicated, but an experienced legal advocate will make the process easier. 

Proving Your Injuries And Damages

Medical expenses for spinal cord injuries can add up to millions of dollars over a lifetime. In addition to medical costs, spinal cord injury victims are often entitled to recover for their pain and suffering. Due to the severe nature of this injury and its debilitating physical impacts, pain and suffering for spinal cord injuries can lead to significant compensation. These injuries can also result in lost wages and loss of earning capacity.

These are high stakes cases for insurance companies. They will usually try to reduce the amount they owe you by arguing that your injuries and resulting damages are not as severe as you claim. Our spinal cord injury attorneys will help protect your right to compensation by putting forth evidence that supports your injury claim. Injury evidence frequently includes medical records and reports, medical expert testimony, and financial expert testimony. 

Spinal Cord Injury Attorneys

If you or a loved one has suffered a spinal cord injury, contact an attorney at Sullivan Papain Block McGrath Coffinas & Cannavo, P.C. for a free case evaluation. We know that spinal cord injuries can have devastating consequences, and responsible parties should be held accountable. Our attorneys will advocate for full and just compensation for you and your family. 

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