Justice for Paralysis Victims
Get a San Antonio Catastrophic Injury Lawyer to Fight for You
Catastrophic injuries that end in paralysis can be some of the most devastating, forcing injured
victims to adapt to a vastly different lifestyle. This could entail a
lifetime of dependency on a nurse or other medical care practitioner,
as well as extensive rehabilitation and therapy. Victims may not be able
to keep the job they once held, which means they may not have the same
earning power to care for their family members.
If you or someone you love was injured or had an accident that resulted
in partial or total paralysis, you will need to speak with our San Antonio
catastrophic injury attorneys as soon as possible. You do not have to
go through this experience alone, and we do everything to make sure that
you are not left in the dark due to paralysis.
You deserve justice. Call Tom Rhodes Law Firm P.C. today!
What Is Partial and Total Paralysis?
When someone is affected with partial paralysis, some movement and sensation
is affected and is relegated to only a few muscle groups or certain muscles.
As opposed to total paralysis, where the all muscles below the point of
injury have lost function and the ability to move. Each type of paralysis
will have its own specific standard of care, which may require long-term
care—all of which can be costly and well beyond what insurance may cover.
That is why you need a legal advocate to obtain financial compensation
to help pay for the added expense.
We may be able to help you find compensation for any of the following:
- Medical treatment
- Hospital and/or doctor bills
- Rehabilitation therapy
- Pain and suffering
- Emotional anguish
- Lost wages and any lost future earnings
We fight aggressively—contact us!
Tom Rhodes Law Firm P.C. has been fighting vigorously and with the utmost of compassion for all
victims of catastrophic injuries. You have the right to seek restitution
if someone else has caused your injuries. Remember that there is a time
limit to filing a
personal injury lawsuit, and the timeline of the process can vary from case to case. That
is why you must get started on the legal process right away.
Contact our San Antonio personal injury attorneys to
schedule a free case consultation.