Best Brain and Spinal Cord Injury Lawyer Osceola, FL
A person may have experienced a spinal cord injury when born or later in life. The damage can range from minor to severe, depending on its circumstances and how much area was affected by trauma to their central nervous system (CNS). If you’re not sure if your friend/family member has been diagnosed with this condition, please ask them because many types of injuries affect different parts of one’s body differently, even though all will eventually lead to some disadvantageous outcome.
A spinal cord injury is a traumatic event that affects many different parts of your body. It can cause paralysis, loss of feeling below the site where it occurred, and disagreement between what nerve signals come from various factors due to damage done by this lesion–in other words, you won’t be able to feel some things on one side nor anything around them because those nerves no longer go through properly; also any muscle control will become compromised so functions such as swallowing may need assistance too.
What Are The Major Causes of Spinal Cord Injury?
The major causes of spinal cord injury are car accidents, falls, and surgical mistakes. The first two ways you can sustain this type of injury involve motor vehicle collisions (MVMs) or falls from height, resulting in compression/impaction damage due to trauma such as impact with a fixed object like pavement.
Many different factors can cause spinal cord injury, and the major ones include artificial events like car accidents or scaffold collapses; natural disasters such as earthquakes that damage buildings which might push heavy items onto them, causing pressure on their weakened point where there’s no structural support left giving way resulting in breaking, etc. Many people think it just happens when someone falls from high places. Still, studies show otherwise though they happen together sometimes because we don’t know about all risks associated with heights until after something terrible happens.
Some causes of spinal cord injury are trauma, Sturge-Weber syndrome (a rare condition that affects the nervous system), sickle cell disease, and CJD. TBI can also be caused by penetrating wounds to your head or neck. This type is called whiplash injury. They occur when you bang into something while turning quickly, making some parts go faster than others during transportation, causing stretching force across vulnerable spots on our bodies’ cords.
Why choose us
Contact our office today when you need legal representation for a brain or spinal cord injury in Osceola, FL. The best way to avoid the drawn-out process of litigation is by securing expert advice as soon after your accident has occurred so that we can start building up our case right away instead of dealing with all those pesky lawyers’ fees later on down the road when they may not even exist anymore because there were no issues addressed during their time frame which would be relevant anymore either due changing circumstances (like how much better off someone becomes)or just pure luck.
You may need a lawyer to help with your injury if you have been involved in an accident and suffered brain or spinal cord damage. Were here to help. Contact us now.