Handling Spinal Cord Injury Claims

Survivors of serious spinal cord injuries frequently describe their lives as having two stages: Life before the injuries and life afterward. Losing the use of limbs, the ability to walk, or even the ability to feed oneself is enormously difficult for the injured person and for the injured person's family members and support system. Spinal cord injuries end careers, kill dreams and transform lives permanently.

At Williams Newman Williams PLLC, in Jackson, Mississippi, we assist injured parties and their families get the help they need to repair their lives and move on in the best positions possible. Our experienced attorneys have years of experience dealing with insurance companies, and they have successfully negotiated and litigated thousands of cases. If a person, organization or entity was responsible for your injuries, we can hold them accountable for the damages you sustained. Our clients include injured parties in motor vehicle accidents, as well as workplace injuries, including offshore injuries, as well as accidents on property, falls at businesses, and many other circumstances.

Compensation For Serious Neck And Back Injuries

Our lawyers help clients who have suffered catastrophic spinal cord injuries causing paraplegia or quadriplegia, as well as comparatively less severe, but debilitating, spinal injuries, including:

  • Bruised spinal cord
  • Cervical, thoracic or lumbar spinal injury resulting in neck injury, mid-back injury, lower-back injury
  • Spinal bruising or pinching resulting in radiating nerve pain
  • Herniated disks resulting in numbness, sharp pains, or intense feelings of heat or cold
  • Broken or crushed vertebrae caused by blunt force impacts such as in car accidents

We know that life continues after a spinal cord injury. It must. Although our law firm cannot undo your spinal cord injury, it can bring you practical and lasting relief by obtaining justice on your behalf, and by getting the compensation you need and deserve. This money can be used to pay your medical bills, and to compensate you for lost wages, ongoing therapies and rehabilitation, nursing care, pain and suffering, and other damages.

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