Spinal Cord Injuries
Meeting The Needs Of Paraplegics And Quadriplegics
When a negligent party causes an accident that leaves you paralyzed, you need a level of legal representation that few personal injury firms can provide. Clients in Columbus and throughout Ohio know the name of Clark, Perdue & List. For over 20 years, we have developed a reputation for aggressive advocacy and success on behalf of our clients suffering from spinal cord injuries.
If you have suffered a spinal cord injury that has left you permanently paralyzed, contact us at 614-469-1400 or toll free at 800-647-7003.
Advocacy For Clients Suffering The Effect Of A Spinal Cord Injuries
Time is of the essence in securing a seasoned personal injury attorney if paraplegia or quadriplegia is now a part of your life. At Clark, Perdue & List Co, LPA, we advocate for clients left disabled due to:
Building Your Spinal Cord Injury Case
In investigating your claim, we get to the facts. Your spinal cord injury could cause temporary or permanent paralysis. We find out how the accident happened and who was responsible. We team with medical experts to assess your short- and long-term prognosis. You may be left unable to work, mandating the expertise of forensic economists and vocational professionals.
Helping You Gain The Security You Need
Quadriplegics and paraplegics who have no hope of recovery require a lifetime plan of psychological and physical care and a means to pay for it. Proving the negligence of the responsible party is an important step in securing the compensation you need. We will help you take that vital step so you can start the next challenging chapter in your life with a sense of security.
Contact Our Skilled Columbus Personal Injury Lawyers
For more information or to schedule an appointment with an experienced lawyer regarding a spinal cord injury that resulted in paralysis,
please contact us.
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