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Dedicated Bergen County Catastrophic Injury Lawyers Protect The Rights Of Accident Victims Suffering Paralysis Injuries

Accidents that are the result of negligence are far too common. A driver who causes an accident by driving under the influence (DUI) of alcohol or drugs is behaving recklessly. A doctor or hospital that fails to provide appropriate medical care is acting in a negligent manner. The list goes on and on — from icy sidewalks that were not cleared to faulty machinery that wasn’t properly maintained.

Sometimes accidents are severe and cause damage to the spinal cord or brain, resulting in a catastrophic injury such as paralysis. Paralysis causes the loss of motor function in one or more muscles and may be permanent or temporary, causing a significant impact on the injured person’s life. 

Suffering From A Paralysis Injury And Have Questions? We Can Help, Tell Us What Happened.

When negligent actions or reckless behavior causes an accident and harm, the injured party is protected under personal injury law. But even though there are legal protections in place, the injured victim often has to fight for what is rightfully theirs. And that is why the catastrophic injury lawyers at The Epstein Law Firm, P.A. are dedicated to protecting the rights of those harmed by negligence. Our team advocates on behalf of injured victims for just compensation for their losses — because injured victims and their families should not have to suffer any more than they already have.

New Jersey Catastrophic Injury Lawyers Fight To Recover Full And Fair Compensation For Paralysis Injuries Caused By Negligence

Personal injury law protects people who have suffered paralysis injuries in accidents that are the result of negligence. When filing a personal injury claim or medical malpractice claim in the New Jersey courts, the injured party may seek to recover compensation – known as damages – for any of the following losses:

  • Hospital expenses  
  • Medical bills
  • Cost of rehabilitative treatment
  • Expenses for surgeries
  • Prescription medication expenses
  • Emotional pain and suffering 
  • Physical pain and suffering
  • Loss of companionship
  • Loss of consortium
  • Mental anguish 
  • Loss of one’s enjoyment in life
  • Future anticipated medical expenses that are a result of the accident
  • Cost of X-rays, imaging, and lab work
  • Lost income  
  • Loss of future earning capacity
  • Loss of earned sick and vacation time 

If you have questions regarding the damages you may recover for your paralysis injury, schedule a free case evaluation with a catastrophic injury attorney at The Epstein Law Firm, P.A.

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New Jersey Catastrophic Injury Lawyers Handle All Types of Paralysis Injury Cases

At The Epstein Law Firm, P.A., our experienced catastrophic injury lawyers handle all types of paralysis injury cases that are the result of negligence. The primary types of paralysis include:

  • Paraplegia – a form of paralysis injury that is often caused by damage to the thoracic spinal cord. In the majority of cases, paraplegia impacts only the lower half of the body, resulting in the loss of full use of both of the legs. Additionally, paraplegia may also result in problems with bladder control and sexual function.
  • Quadriplegia – a form of paralysis injury that is frequently caused by damage to the upper cervical spine. Quadriplegia has an impact on all four limbs of the body and may also result in breathing difficulties that may require the victim to use a ventilator.

To learn more about the experience and in-depth knowledge that the catastrophic injury attorneys of The Epstein Law Firm, P.A. bring to each case, schedule a free consultation with a member of our team.

Many Different Types of Accidents May Cause Paralysis Injury 

There are many types of accidents that could cause a paralysis injury. As far as personal injury laws go, the actual type of accident is not what is important — it is the issue of whether the accident and injuries were caused by negligence. Some of the more common accidents that may result in a paralysis injury include the following:

New Jersey Catastrophic Injury Attorneys At The Epstein Law Firm, P.A. Hold At-Fault Parties Accountable For Their Actions

When you have suffered an injury as severe and life-changing as paralysis, you want results. You have the right to just compensation for your suffering and deserve the opportunity to hold the at-fault parties accountable for their actions. At The Epstein Law Firm, P.A., we make sure that happens.

Our skilled catastrophic injury attorneys have experience, knowledge, and a demonstrated track record of getting results for our clients. We fight tirelessly on your behalf, with a dedicated catastrophic injury attorney handling your case every step of the way. To learn more about The Epstein Law Firm, P.A. and the services we provide, schedule a free consultation with a member of our team.

Frequently Asked Questions About Paralysis Injuries In New Jersey

Is filing a medical malpractice lawsuit the same as filing a personal injury claim in New Jersey?

While the legal premise for filing a medical malpractice claim — an injury caused by negligent actions by another person or entity — is the same as that of a personal injury claim, medical malpractice lawsuits are far more complicated. The legal issues in a medical malpractice lawsuit are different and the medical evidence can be quite complex. There are compensation limits for medical malpractice laws in New Jersey and special procedural rules. If you are considering filing a medical malpractice claim for your catastrophic injury, it is best to consult with an experienced medical malpractice attorney.

Does New Jersey have a limit on the amount I can recover for pain and suffering?

No. The state of New Jersey does not impose a limit on the amount of compensation an injured victim may recover for mental anguish, physical pain, or emotional suffering. Because these losses are immeasurable, the New Jersey court will consider various aspects of your claim to assign a monetary value to those losses.

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