Myrtle Beach Paralysis Attorneys
Spinal cord injuries can be painful, serious and sometimes catastrophic, often resulting in partial or permanent paralysis or quadriplegia. Most spinal cord injuries result from serious motor vehicle accidents, but some can be caused by a doctor cutting the wrong nerves during back surgery or another act of medical negligence. Regardless of how your spinal cord damage and paralysis happened, you deserve compensation if it was the result of negligence. At the law offices of Furr & Henshaw, we will help you recover it.
An Experienced Law Firm
As a firm, we have represented people suffering from spinal cord injuries for more than three decades. Our extensive experience in personal injury and medical malpractice allows us to effectively gather information and build a strong case on your behalf. We will use our knowledge and trial skills to help ensure you are justly compensated for your injuries.
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What Causes Spinal Cord Injuries?
Spinal cord injuries are commonly the result of sudden blows to the back, neck or head. These often occur in motorcycle accidents, falls from heights, trucking accidents or other similar accidents. They are also caused by damage to the spinal cord during surgery or because of a medical ailment.
Whatever caused your injury, the result is devastating. You may suffer minor paralysis of the limbs, or you may be completely paralyzed and require extensive medical care throughout the remainder of your life.
Our attorneys will conduct thorough investigations into the cause and effects of your injury. While we cannot reverse the damage, we are committed to helping you rebuild your life by seeking the justice you deserve.
Cauda Equina Syndrome
One type of issue that may occur is cauda equina syndrome (CES). This is a syndrome connected with spinal cord injuries, often resulting from a bleed near or in the spinal cord area. Individuals who have had spinal surgeries or injuries should be informed by their doctors to be on the lookout for urinary, bowel or other problems, as they may indicate CES. Unfortunately, CES may cause lifelong difficulties if not addressed quickly enough or went unnoticed due to the doctor's lack of providing information to the patient.
Contact Our South Carolina Spinal Cord Injury Attorneys
Whether you suffered a spinal cord injury in a car accident or as the result of a doctor's error, contact a South Carolina personal injury lawyer at Furr & Henshaw today. Your initial consultation is free of obligation and charge. You will pay us no attorneys' fees unless we are able to recover compensation in your case.
We represent clients throughout the state of South Carolina.
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