Hard-Hitting Legal Representation for All Types of Injuries

Traumatic Brain Injuries

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A traumatic brain injury is usually the result of a hard blow to the head. The resulting damage will not only affect a victim’s physical health. It will also impact his or her cognitive function, critical thinking, and personality. If your loved one is not able to file a lawsuit, a guardian, spouse, or parent can typically do so on his or her behalf.

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Burn Injury

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Burn injuries can result in severe pain, physical disfigurement, a loss of mobility, and devastating emotional effects. You may also be facing steep medical bills, both for your emergency care and subsequent reconstructive surgery. Our attorneys can help you obtain the money you need for these expenses. We may also be able to acquire funds for pain and suffering, loss of consortium, and other damages.

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Spinal Cord Injury

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A spinal cord injury can affect the nerves, discs, and vertebrae along any part of your spine. Damage to the spinal cord can cause a significant loss of mobility. You or your loved one may be facing the costs of emergency treatment, rehabilitation, and even long-term care. We will provide the compassionate yet hard-hitting representation you need.

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Neck/Back Injury

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Neck and back injuries can affect a large portion of your body. Pain may radiate into your shoulders and limbs. You may be unable to work or perform routine tasks. Neck and back injuries are not always apparent immediately after an accident. If you begin to experience unusual symptoms in the wake of an incident, we can fight for your rightful damages.

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Wrongful Death

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The death of a loved one is always difficult. However, if you lost someone in a wrongful death incident, the emotional burden can be overwhelming. We know that no amount of money will make up for your loss. Nevertheless, we can obtain the money you need for medical and funeral expenses, as well as ongoing support for a spouse or child. Then you can focus on grieving and on the emotional healing process.

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Paralysis

Paralysis can be a catastrophic injury that affects the injured party, their family and loved ones. The inability to use and move various limbs such as the hands or legs can mean extensive rehabilitation, medical expenses, and extreme hardship for everyone involved.

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