Spinal Cord Injuries

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Unlike most other injury victims, those suffering from spinal cord injuries have experienced significant trauma to their nervous system. Our spinal cords serve as the main "highway" between our brains and the rest of our bodies. When it is damaged, it can permanently alter the way we function.

When spinal cord injuries are the result of someone else's negligence, then legal action is called for. These victims must often bear the effects of their injury for the rest of their lives and are left with ongoing medical expenses and quality of life considerations. At Gruenberg Kelly Della, we believe that these accident victims deserve maximum compensation for these kinds of catastrophic injuries. Our aggressive Long Island personal injury attorneys have recovered more than $100 million for our clients and are ready to ensure the gravity of your injury is compellingly put forth both in and outside the courtroom.

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Damages Associated with Spinal Cord Injuries

Generally speaking, when an accident victim makes an injury claim, they are seeking damages for medical bills and lost wages. For victims of a spinal cord injury, there are greater damages to consider and seek from the parties responsible for causing the accident.

Damages in spinal cord injury claims can include:

  • Hospital bills
  • Lost wages (sometimes potential life-time earnings)
  • Home care expenses (including equipment)
  • Loss of enjoyment of life
  • Loss of consortium (if your injury has affected your marriage)
  • Pain and suffering
  • Special damages (such as residential alterations)

Whatever the circumstances and aftermath of your spinal cord injury have been, our team is ready to hear from you. We know how to work with loved ones and medical professionals to craft injury claims that detail the full scope of post-accident needs and burdens.

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