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Maximize Compensation for Motorcycle Accident Spinal Cord Injury

Nov 27, 2017 | Motorcycle Accident Injury

Maximize Compensation for Your Motorcycle Accident Spinal Cord Injury

There are many types of spinal cord injuries that may result from a motorcycle accident. Some of those include bulging dicks, sciatic nerve damage, herniated disks, partial or total paralysis. If you have suffered a spinal cord injury due to a motorcycle crash you may require to seek physical therapy, chiropractic care, or other surgical procedures to help with the pain. Medical professionals are able to evaluate the extent of the spinal cord injury and decide if surgery to decompress and stabilize the spinal cord is necessary.

Compensation for Motorcycle Accident Spinal Cord Injury

When you are involved in a motorcycle accident and suffer injury, you are legally entitled to compensation by negligent and responsible parties, or their insurance carriers. We invite you to contact one of our Glendale motorcycle personal injury attorneys and see how we can help you recover from your medical bills and help you get the compensation you deserve. Our Glendale motorcycle accident attorney will review your accident claim, evaluate your case, and consult with you on your options, and connect you with experienced medical professionals to get you the proper care. Please call our office at 310-933-5171 and speak to an experienced motorcycle accident attorney today.

Spinal Cord Injury Symptoms After Motorcycle Crash

While spinal cord injury symptoms after a motorcycle crash are usually immediate or sometimes symptoms may be delayed as swelling or bleeding occur in or around the spinal cord. Common spinal cord injury symptoms may occur when there is:

  • Inability to move extremities
  • Muscle spasms
  • Pain and numbness
  • Tingling or burning sensation going down your leg
  • Inability to feel pressure, heat, or cold
  • Loss of bladder or bowel control
  • Headaches
  • Pain, pressure, stiffness in the back or neck area

Severe Spinal Cord Injury

Often times motorcycle accidents result in severe spinal cord injuries which may require the victim 24-hour-a-day personal care, the use of powered wheelchairs with special controls to move around on their own, or may require complete assistance with activities of daily living, such as eating and dressing. When such injuries occur, medical bills begin to pile up. Thus, it is imperative that motorcycle accident victims speak to a motorcycle accident attorney as soon as possible so that you may preserve your claim. Our Glendale motorcycle attorneys at KAASS LAW can help you get the treatment you need and recover compensation for medical bills, hospital bills, pain and suffering, future treatment, lost wages, loss of income, loss of future income, and other related losses.

  • The ability to speak is sometimes impaired or reduced.
  • When all four limbs are affected, this is called tetraplegia or quadriplegia.
  • Requires complete assistance with activities of daily living, such as eating, dressing, bathing, and getting in or out of bed
  • May be able to use powered wheelchairs with special controls to move around on their own
  • Will not be able to drive a car on their own
  • Requires 24-hour-a-day personal care

Other common motorcycle accident injuries include the following:

  • Skull fractures
  • Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs)
  • Spinal Cord Injury

Hiring a Los Angeles motorcycle accident attorney can help motorcycle accident victims’ preserve their accident claim, increase compensation, and avoid having to deal with the difficulties of insurance companies and insurance adjusters. As experienced motorcycle accident litigators, we have successfully litigated various personal injury cases. KAASS LAW understands the mastery it takes to successfully receive fair settlements during the claims stage of a personal injury or accident case.

Please call our office at 310-933-5171 and speak to an experienced Los Angeles motorcycle accident attorney.

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