Paraplegia Lawsuits

Accidents happen, and when they do innocent people get hurt. The worst accidents leave behind the unforgettable pain, suffering and a lifetime of memories and regret. Paralysis, complete or partial affects thousands of people each year, in the U.S. alone.

Paraplegics suffer unforeseen challenges as they struggle to maintain a “somewhat” normal routine. The cost of maintaining an active life is expensive. Health related costs, affect both work and personal life. Spinal cord injury is the top cause of paraplegia. The cause of most SCI’s is due to workplace injuries or car crashes.

Automobile injuries not only destroy lives, but they rob most victims of their longevity and livelihood. People who suffer from this type of injury at the hands of someone else, should contact a personal injury attorney. A personal injury lawyer can help people get the compensation they need.

Zimmerman & Frachtman have helped victims get the justice they deserve, against individuals who have left their lives in ruin. Our track records reveal our long history of success in recovering funds that are rightly due to our victims. We accept cases on a case to case basis. No two cases are the same, but the results usually are.

The injuries people sustain in car accidents or in the workplace are mostly irreversible. Permanent paralysis affects the spinal cord- a vital part of the nervous system. Signals are sent along the backbone, throughout the brain, and the rest of the body.

We can begin helping our clients following an initial consultation. Prospective clients can reach us online, and get the help they need, by answering a few questions concerning their accident. What paraplegics often have to look forward to is unfortunately :

These types of injuries can reach into the millions, and a life- care plan can reflect the need to make some serious lifetime changes. We have helped our clients relieve their financial stress in the past and we continue to help our clients in the future. The law firm of Zimmerman & Frachtman is here.