The Cahall Law Firm, PLLC
Romero Law Firm
Flynn Law, P.A.
Erjavec Injury Law
Law Offices of Wanda Mui, P.A.
When an individual is rendered paralyzed due to the negligence, carelessness, or recklessness of another, they may legally seek compensation from the at fault party. Paralysis injury liability claims are commonly attributed to medical professional errors, situations involving auto accidents, slip and fall accidents, violent acts of others, as well as against business or property owners who were aware of dangerous situations and conditions while failing to take responsible actions to correct or alleviate the dangerous or unsafe conditions on their property.
Paralysis not only may affect part or all of the human body, as due to the dramatic quality of life change forced upon the victim, the the individual may often experience severe depression or other mental or psychological conditions while dealing with the sudden change in their physical abilities and limitations.
Paralysis victim's often require long term medical treatment, physical therapy, and even surgery, causing a financial burden on the victim and their family. The injured victim may also either miss extended time from work, or be rendered unable to work.
Issues that should be taken into consideration when pursuing a paralysis injury liability claim include, but not limited to:
Manatee County Florida, including: Bradenton, Anna Maria, Bayshore Gardens, Bradenton Beach, Cortez, Ellenton, Holmes Beach, Longboat Key, Myakka City, Oneco, Palmetto, Samoset, South Bradenton, West Bradenton, Whitfield.