Motor Function Loss in Spinal Cord Injuries
If you have had a spinal injury and have lost some motor function, you may need legal representation from an attorney. Spinal injuries can create devastating changes in an individual's life. In some cases, the person is paralyzed from the waist down, or paraplegia. In others, the entire body is paralyzed, or
quadriplegia. These conditions mean a lifetime of medical care and attention, as well as rehabilitation, medical equipment and other costs. Other less serious spinal injuries result in a diminished motor function in one or more limbs or hands. If your accident was caused by the negligence or reckless act, intentional or unintentional, of another person, Shea & Shea can assist you in a claim for damages.
The legal team at Shea & Shea is a highly qualified and knowledgeable group of attorneys that is dedicated to assisting individuals who have suffered spinal injuries and the resulting motor function loss get compensation for damages. When you have lost the use of your limbs, there really is no monetary award that makes up for the change in your quality of life. However, it is a form of justice that can be applied, and the compensation settlement or verdict can ensure that you have the best possible medical care and quality of life possible.
In personal injury cases, all law firms are not equal. Shea & Shea is a well-known and respected law firm with a Martindale-Hubbell® AV® rating. This rating is a confidential peer review that recognizes very high criteria of ethical standards as well as professional excellence. The firm has an reputation for professional ability. Our senior litigator, Michael Shea, is certified as a Trial Specialist by the National Board of Trial Advocacy. We are proud of our accomplishments for our clients, and dedicate our practice to helping those who have been injured through a negligent or reckless act of another.