Connecticut Muscular Paralysis Attorneys
A semi truck runs a red light and hits a pedestrian in a crosswalk, leaving the victim paralyzed from the neck down. A car accident victim undergoes surgery to repair a spinal injury, but the surgery goes wrong and the patient is left paraplegic. A child is hit by a car while walking home from school, resulting in quadriplegia.
At Jacobs & Dow, our New Haven paralysis lawyers have been protecting the rights of accident victims for more than 60 years. We have recovered settlements in excess of one million dollars for many of our severely injured clients. In one case involving a police officer paralyzed after a truck-auto collision, our lawyers reached a settlement that will pay over twenty million dollars for damages and the cost of life-time medical care. We have the experience and resources to recover full compensation for the life-changing effects of a paralysis injury.
Medical Costs Are Just the Beginning
In paralysis cases, medical costs are extensive, both for initial care and for medical treatment over a life time. There may be cost associated with special needs housing and transportation for an accident victim confined to a wheelchair. Of course, we will also seek full compensation for the wages lost due to disability in the past and future.
To determine the dollar value of damages and the right amount of compensation, we hire rehabilitation specialists, life care planners, economists and other experts to make certain that the compensation will be sufficient to meet our injured client's needs.
Don't worry about legal expenses. Our lawyers handle all paralysis injury claims on a contingency basis. If there is no recovery, there is no lawyer fee.
Ask for a Free Consultation With a Paralysis Accident Lawyer: 203-772-3100
If you have suffered a paralysis injury because of someone's negligence, call us to protect your rights. Open during weekly business hours and Saturday mornings, we also offer weekend and evening hours by appointment. Contact us today to schedule a free initial consultation.