Paralysis

You risk the possibility someone isn’t paying attention or has disregarded your safety each day in Las Vegas. With the focus on fun and finances, few people are looking out for your health. Their negligence can lead to severe repercussions that could cost you more than anyone deserves.

Paralysis is the loss of muscle function. Paralysis can be accompanied with the loss of sensory feeling as well as motor function. A recent study suggests that 1 in 50 people have suffered from some kind of paralysis. The most common cause of paralysis is damage to the nervous systems, especially the spinal cord. Paralysis of the lower half of the body is called paraplegia while paralysis of the arms and legs is referred to as quadriplegia.

Spinal cord injuries usually begin with a blow that fractures or dislocates vertebrae, the bone that makes up the spine. Most injuries do not sever the spine. Damage is often caused when pieces of vertebrae tear into the cord tissue or press down on the nerve parts that carry signals. In a complete spinal cord injury, the cord cannot relay messages below the injury site.

Spinal cord injuries can be extremely debilitating and traumatic.

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Managing your options for paralysis compensation in Las Vegas

Recovering from paralysis calls for rehabilitation treatment. The time it takes you to get back to your regular life could result in lost wages. Worse yet, you could end up losing your ability to earn money in your chosen career.

Getting through your daily life as a victim of paralysis is expensive. Thousands in surgery expenses that your insurance may not completely cover add up to serious debt. But your life after a paralysis injury doesn’t have be fraught with financial, emotional and physical distress.

A Las Vegas paralysis attorney could help you recover fair compensation for your injuries.

The attorneys at Day & Nance in Henderson, NV have helped thousands find a better life through personal injury settlements. They’re experienced in negotiating settlements with insurance companies that take care of these expenses, be it your insurance provider or that of the offending party.

Day & Nance won’t add to your debt, either. Steven Day and James Nance serve their clients on a contingency fee basis. That means, if they accept your case, you won’t pay anything unless they come through with compensation for your injuries.

If you’ve been paralyzed, you simply cannot afford to go it alone. Don’t take any chances. Speak with a Day & nance attorney today.

Paralysis Injury Attorneys in Las Vegas, NV

If you or a loved has experienced a spinal cord injury or paralysis as a result of the negligence of another, request the help of a Las Vegas spinal cord injury or paralysis injury lawyer. The personal injury lawyers at Day & Nance represent people who have suffered paralysis injuries as a result of the negligence of others. Day & Nance does not charge a fee unless you recover. You do not owe us anything unless you recover and your initial injury consultation is free.