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WHAT IS SPINAL CORD INJURY?
TYPES OF INJURIES
There are two types of spinal cord damage: complete and incomplete.
MOST COMMON COMPLETE CORD INJURIES;
Paraplegia is an injury that involves the trunk and legs. Damage to the spinal cord between the third and fifth lumbar vertebrae is most common in causing paraplegia. In addition, injuries to the spinal cord from car accidents, injuries from bicycle accidents, or other incidents can cause paraplegia. This typically occurs when the spinal cord is damaged between five vertebrae along the lumbar spine.
INCOMPLETE SPINAL CORD INJURY
COMMON INCOMPLETE SPINAL CORD INJURIES;
CENTRAL CORD SYNDROME
ANTERIOR CORD SYNDROME
WHY DO YOU NEED TO HIRE SPINAL CORD INJURY LAWYERS?
Our injury counsels will fight for the following kinds of settlement and financial recovery:
PAIN AND SUFFERING
Physical pain and mental anguish can be life-altering. Get the compensation you deserve for your pain and suffering.
Proper rehabilitation is crucial for spinal cord injuries. The better your restoration, the better your future outcome will be.
WHEELCHAIRS AND SIMILAR DEVICES
The injury will make it impossible to use regular wheelchairs and mobility devices. You will need special devices to help with everyday tasks.
WHY CHOOSE SIDHU PERSONAL INJURY LAWYERS?
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
The extent of the spinal cord injury will significantly affect the recovery process. If the spinal cord damage is minor, you might be able to recover and function normally fully. However, if the damage to the spinal cord is severe, the victim may not recover at all.
SCI is a devastating injury that affects your mobility, your ability to control body functions, and your ability to communicate with others. After the initial pain and trauma of the accident subside, you will need to focus on your long-term recovery.
The amount of recovery you achieve will depend significantly on how severe the injury is and how long it takes to diagnose and treat it.
The two most common symptoms of SCI are paralysis and numbness. Paralysis means the victim has lost all muscle movement and function below the area of the spinal cord injury. Numbness refers to the sensation of feeling “dead” or “numb” below the area of the damage.