Spinal Cord Injury Attorney
Dedicated to Helping Our Clients Recover Their Compensation
The spinal cord is a collection of nerves which transmits messages from the brain and the body, giving commands to muscles, limbs and organ function. When the spinal cord suffers a significant blow or traumatic force, the damage could be devastating enough to never regain normal use of your body again.
If you have been in an accident that resulted in a serious spinal cord injury, our personal injury attorney is ready to help you recover restitution. Our spinal cord injury lawyers have a thorough understanding of the Georgia legal system and court proceedings and can navigate through any possible complications regarding your case.
Common Spinal Cord Injury Causes
The spinal cord is completely vulnerable to injury. Compared to other parts of the body, the spinal cord isn’t capable of repairing itself once damage occurs. An injury to the upper part of the spinal cord in the neck can result in quadriplegia-paralysis (loss of function in both arms and both legs). If the spinal cord injury occurs lower in the back, it can result in paraplegia-paralysis (both legs only).
Spinal cord injuries can be caused by the following accidents:
- Auto accidents
- Violent assaults
- Motorcycle accidents
- Sports and recreational injuries
Why Choose The Weinstein Firm?
At The Weinstein Firm, we operate on what is called a contingency fee basis. This means that you, as our client, pay no upfront fees and owe us nothing until we secure a favorable verdict or settlement on your behalf. To put it another way: You don't pay unless we win. Our contingency fee policy makes it risk-free to work with an Atlanta personal injury attorney from our office.
Choose The Weinstein Firm and you can benefit from:
- Instant answers to your questions – we promptly return all phone calls and emails
- Detailed insight into your case – we keep you informed of any and all updates in your case
- Easy accessibility to a lawyer – we are willing to meet you at our office, your home, or the hospital
It's time to hold the responsible party accountable for your injury. It's time to seek the compensation you are rightfully owed. It's time to take legal action. If you're ready to learn more about your legal options or if you would like to begin the claims-filing process today, call us for help.