Paralysis Injury Attorney in New Hampshire
Suffering from a catastrophic injury?
Paralysis is one type of catastrophic injury that has devastating results for the victims. There are immeasurable causes for paralysis, but the most common are car accidents and workplace accidents. Paralysis is an injury where the victim loses the ability to move a certain part of their body. Depending on the exact location, there are different names for the type of paralysis. You can hold the negligent party responsible for your injury and the suffering that you will endure now and in the future. Team up with a personal injury lawyer in New Hampshire that can help you with the legal proceedings.
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Need a lawyer for an injury case in New Hampshire? Paralysis is a serious injury that can affect you for the rest of your life. You deserve to recover the maximum possible compensation for your injury and we can help.
The different terms used to describe this injury are paraplegia, quadriplegia, tetraplegia and also Cauda Equina Syndrome. A brief description of these types of paralysis include:
- Paraplegia: an injury to the first thoracic vertebrae in the upper back. This injury will affect the legs and lower part of the body. If a victim is suffering this type of paralysis, they will still have full use of their arms.
- Quadriplegia: this type of paralysis is also termed tetraplegia and involves and injury to the first thoracic vertebrae in the cervical vertebrae or neck region. The result of this injury is a loss of movement to all limbs, both legs and both arms.
- Cauda Equina Syndrome: this injury involves a mass of nerves, called the Cauda Equina, that fan out of the spinal cord between the first and second Lumbar region on the spinal cord. If these nerves are injured, the victim may suffer loss of movement and sensation in their lower body.
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