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Louisville Spinal Cord Injury Lawyer

Suffering from a spinal cord injury can have life-changing consequences for an injury victim. In most cases, spinal cord injuries leave victims permanently disabled, unable to work, and struggling to manage the costs of medical treatment and therapy for their injury. Unfortunately, this is only a part of the difficulty spinal cord injuries cause victims; many people suffering from these traumatic injuries often find themselves struggling with serious emotional trauma as well.

Spinal cord injuries can be caused by anything from slip and fall accidents to car crashes. However, when someone else was at fault for a Louisville resident’s injury, our legal team at the Sampson Law Firm believes the victim may be owed compensation for their losses and undue suffering. By holding the person responsible for causing the spinal cord injury accountable, victims are often able to get the financial support and justice they need, allowing them to better cope with these often disabling injuries.

Repercussions of Spinal Cord Injuries

Tragically, spinal cord injuries most often result in permanent disabilities that cannot be treated or fixed. Typically, victims of these injuries suffer from one of the two disabilities:

  • Partial Paralysis (Paraplegia)
  • Total Paralysis (Quadriplegia)

In either of these circumstances, a victim’s life is dramatically altered, resulting in the need for mobility aids, caretakers, and additional support.

Speak with a Spinal Cord Injury Attorney in Louisville

When you or a loved one has suffered from a spinal cord injury, dealing with the physical, financial, and emotional repercussions can be overwhelming, if not feel impossible. Fortunately, with the help of a lawyer from the Sampson Law Firm, you might be able to get much-needed financial compensation, helping you to better handle these consequences of such a serious injury. Get in touch today to discuss your legal options and how our compassionate legal team can help by calling (502) 584-5050.