Spine Injury Lawyers in Corpus Christi, TX
Have You Suffered a Spinal Cord Injury? Call Bandas Law Firm!
A serious spinal cord injury will impact a victim and his or her family.
Unable to return to work and in need of ongoing care, home modifications,
or assistive devices, a spinal cord injury victim may require hundreds
of thousands or even millions of dollars to cover living expenses and
medical care over his or her lifetime.
Bandas Law Firm is committed to recovering compensation that will provide
for a victim’s lifelong care. Serving clients across Nueces County
and throughout Texas, our Corpus Christi injury attorneys have experience
with a wide range of spinal cord injury claims. We use this experience
to pursue better, swifter results on behalf of our clients, helping them
rebuild and move on with their lives as best they can.
We can handle any type of spinal cord injury case, involving:
Regardless of what caused your injuries, we believe we have the wherewithal
to help. Call (361) 238-2789 to find out for yourself how Bandas Law
Firm can assist you.
Consequences of Spinal Cord Injuries
The consequences of a spinal cord injury may vary in type and severity.
The location of the injury and the extent of damage to the spinal cord
will influence the effects of such an injury.
The following bodily functions may be affected by a spinal cord injury:
- Muscle control
- Bladder and bowel control
- Sexual function
- Body temperature
What Commonly Causes Spinal Cord Injuries?
Spinal cord injuries can occur anytime, anywhere. However, there are certain
circumstances that make spinal cord injuries more likely.
Mayo Clinic, the most common spinal cord injury causes in the U.S. are as follows:
- Car accidents
- Assault and other acts of violence
- Sports injuries or recreational accidents
It’s also important to note that alcohol consumption is a factor
in about 1 in every 4 spinal cord injuries. Although physical damage is
often a factor in spinal damage, spinal injuries can also occur as the
result of illness, such as cancer, arthritis, or inflammation.
What Should I Do After a Spinal Cord Injury?
If someone you know suffers a spinal cord injury, the most important thing
to do is to keep them still until medical professionals arrive. The spinal
cord is an extremely complex body part, and serious, debilitating nerve
damage can occur if the injured party is not treated with the utmost care.
To prevent injuries from worsening, the first thing you should do after
a spinal cord injury is brace the injured person and call 911 for professional help.
Damages Available: What Could You Claim?
Spinal injuries can be extremely painful and may result in life-altering
costs, which is why it’s important for injured parties to claim
all appropriate damages after an accident. Damages may include medical
bills, future medical care, medication, lost wages, decreased earning
potential, loss of quality of life, pain and suffering, and more. To find
out exactly what you can claim in your case, discuss your situation with
Do I Need an Attorney for My Spinal Injury Case?
Due to the serious nature of spinal cord injuries, and the sometimes devastating
damages, it’s important to consider hiring an attorney for comprehensive
legal support and guidance. When dealing with a complex case, an attorney
can help ensure you receive maximum compensation, whether the case ends
with a positive settlement or if it goes to trial. In either case, our
firm is here to help.
Determining whether or not you need an attorney for your case can be tough,
but it’s important to remember that our firm operates on a contingency
fee basis. In other words, you won’t pay a dime unless we win your
case. So, if you think you have a case, you should reach out to schedule
a free consultation, and our attorneys can provide you with the information
and guidance you need.
All of these issues must be carefully considered when evaluating the worth
of a personal injury claim for a spinal cord injury. Our Corpus Christi
spine injury attorneys have the experience to identify all losses and
injuries so they can be duly compensated.
Work toward a brighter future with Bandas Law Firm on your side.
Contact us at (361) 238-2789 today!