Seattle Paralysis & Quadriplegia Lawyer
Representing Clients from Our Offices in Seattle, Kirkland & Everett
Paralysis is the loss of strength in a limb or muscle group, resulting in limited motion or mobility. Paralysis is the result of damage to nerve cells that run from the brain to the spinal cord to the muscles. The severity of the paralysis is dependent on the location of the injury.
The following are different forms of paralysis:
- Paraplegia – legs are partially or completely paralyzed
- Quadriplegia – both legs and arms are paralyzed
- Monoplegia – one limb is paralyzed
- Diplegia – The same region of the body on both sides is paralyzed
- Hemiplegia – one side of the body is paralyzed
What Kornfeld Law Brings to the Table
The firm has contacts within the healthcare community to facilitate neuropsychologic evaluation of a client’s cognitive deficits. Additionally, through Rob Kornfeld’s professional contacts and resources, he can help direct you to a leading cognitive rehabilitation center to help you recover. For catastrophically injured clients, Mr. Kornfeld’s firm has enlisted the services of life care planners to help gauge the future medical and financial needs of the disabled client and their families, particularly in cases of those who have suffered significant cognitive impairment and/or full or partial paralysis.
Representation from Experienced Injury Attorneys
Automobile accidents, sports accidents, falls, and medical malpractice are just a few of the causes of paralysis injuries. Paralysis may be a short or long term result of the injury. Should it be permanent, the cost to provide for the injured individual can be outrageous, including medical costs, physical and occupational therapy, other specialists, and loss of wages.
Our Seattle paralysis injury attorney has experience in handling catastrophic injury cases involving paralysis and life care plans. Contact Kornfeld Law today by calling (425) 657-5255 to schedule a free initial case consultation.