At Constant Legal Group, our number one priority is advocating for our client's rights. We are committed to helping individuals who have suffered from a spinal injury. You can rely on our lawyers at Constant Legal Group to elevate your voice and restore your power.
What Constitutes A Spinal Injury?
Spinal injuries can cause devastating long-term suffering. A spinal cord injury can include damage to your spine’s bone structure as well as your spinal cord. Every year in the USA, there are about 17,810 new spinal cord injuries. The spine is responsible for many of your major bodily functions. Due to its importance, injuries to your spine can easily cause temporary or permanent damages that could restrict your daily life. If someone else is responsible for the accident causing your spinal injury, our network of attorneys will hold them accountable for your pain and suffering.
Spinal Injury Attorneys You Can Trust
After suffering from a spinal cord injury your main focus should be on healing. While you heal, our committed lawyers at Constant Legal Group will advocate for the compensation you deserve.
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FAQs About Spinal Injuries
What are the most common causes of spinal injuries?
Common Spinal Injury symptoms
Building pressure in the back, head, or neck
Extreme back pain
Nausea or dizziness
Sudden loss of consciousness
Numbness or loss of feeling in extremities
Unable to control bladder or bowel movements
What damages can I recover?
Spinal injuries can be catastrophic. You and your loved ones don’t deserve to suffer due to someone else's mistakes. As your lawyers, we will fight for the compensation you deserve. There is potential to recover damages to compensate you for your suffering, medical expenses, lost wages, or other losses.
Is there a limited time to take legal action?
Yes, each state has a statute of limitations that restricts the amount of time you have to pursue legal action following an injury. The statute of limitations window varies depending on the type of claim and the state in which the injury occurred. Due to these laws, we recommend that you seek legal representation promptly after the incident. Our attorneys at Constant Legal Group are ready to fight for your case. Schedule a free consultation with us today.