Queens Spinal Cord Injury Attorney

Millions Of Dollars Recovered For Injured Victims Throughout New York

Spinal cord injuries are some of the most severe injuries a person can sustain. Injuries to the spine can affect the surrounding nerves, leading to partial or total loss of sensation and function or paralysis. The lifetime costs associated with spinal cord injuries, both in terms of medical treatment and lost income, can easily reach millions of dollars. And this does not even take into account the immense physical and emotional suffering victims will face.

At Davidoff Law, we understand the true cost of spinal cord injuries, and we are prepared to help you fight for the maximum compensation you deserve for all of your damages, both current and future. Our spinal cord injury attorneys in Queens have a history of success in securing favorable settlements and verdicts of injured victims and their loved ones—we have recovered millions of dollars for our clients. Your initial consultation is free and we only collect fees if we are successful in securing compensation for you.

Don’t wait; contact our legal team today for a complimentary consultation: (888) 211-1116; (718) 268-8800.

Common Causes of Spinal Cord Injuries

Spinal cord injuries are often the result of traumatic accidents and violent incidents.

Some of the most common causes of spinal cord injuries include:

Regardless of the type of accident that occurred, if it was the result of someone else’s careless, reckless, or negligent behavior, you have the right to seek compensation for your damages by filing a personal injury claim. A claim can allow you to recover compensation for your medical expenses, lost income/wages, pain and suffering, property damage, and other losses that resulted from the accident/injury.

Types of Spinal Cord Injuries

Just as there are many causes of spinal cord injuries, there are a number of different types of spinal cord injuries. The nature and severity of the injury will depend on the various factors involved in the accident, as well as the location of the injury.

Some of the most common types of spinal cord injuries include:

  • Herniated (slipped) discs
  • Paraplegia (paralysis of the legs/lower half)
  • Tetraplegia/paraplegia (paralysis of the arms and legs/below the neck)
  • Lumbar (lower) spinal cord injuries
  • Anterior cord syndrome
  • Brown-Sequard syndrome

In general, spinal cord injuries are categorized as either complete or incomplete. In a complete spinal cord injury, all sensation and movement are lost below the point of injury; with an incomplete spinal cord injury, some sensation and functioning are retained.

Were Your Injuries the Result of Someone Else’s Negligence?

While some accidents are truly blameless, many are preventable. If you sustained a spinal cord injury in a motor vehicle accident caused by a distracted driver, slipped and fell due to unsafe property conditions, injured your spine after falling from unsafe scaffolding on a construction site, or were otherwise harmed as a result of someone else’s negligence, you can file a catastrophic injury claim and seek compensation for your damages. Our firm can help.

At Davidoff Law, we have years of experience and have earned a reputation for being tough, aggressive trial attorneys who won’t back down in pursuing maximum compensation for their clients. This approach has helped us secure many favorable settlements and verdicts for spinal cord injury victims, including many million- and multimillion-dollar results.

To learn how our Queens spinal cord injury attorneys can help you with your claim, contact us online or call (888) 211-1116 or (718) 268-8800 today.
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