Paralysis can be a temporary or permanent loss of motor or sensory functions following, but not limited to, an injury to the nerves, spinal column, or brain. Spinal injuries can include a broken neck, as well as fractures and dislocations of the vertebra. Such fractures can be the result of falls, automobile accidents, negligent acts of others, and even work-related injuries. These fractures may cause paralysis in one or more parts of the body and lead to extremely serious and sometimes permanent consequences.
In a lawsuit Mr. Achrem handled in which his client’s neck was broken in a construction zone due to driver and contractor negligence, he was able to obtain an extremely large damage award for the young man, who was then able to use a portion of the settlement funds to aid in his recovery. He is now a successful business owner with a promising future.
If you have sustained a spinal cord injury and/or paralysis due to treatment provided to you by a medical provider, or because of the negligent acts of another person, it is in your best interests to consult with an experienced attorney.
Edward J. Achrem & Associates has been litigating spinal injury cases for more than 40 years and we have the skills, personnel and financial resources to help our clients in even the most complicated cases.
Call (702) 734-3936 today for a free consultation. If you’re outside Nevada, call us at (888) 734-6789.