If you have suffered a spinal cord injury, you may be eligible to receive compensation. You can seek damages for pain and suffering and for loss of earning potential. In addition, you can sue for lost income and the inability to provide for your family. Learn more about your rights and your options. Read on to learn more about spinal cord injury law.
Incomplete or complete spinal cord injuries
Incomplete spinal cord injuries are relatively rare, but can cause significant problems. They may cause loss of feeling, decreased movement, or paralysis. Depending on the level of injury, other symptoms may also appear. An incomplete SCI can affect any portion of the spinal cord, but it is often worse at the higher levels. A spinal cord injury to the neck can affect the respiratory muscles and mid-cervical vertebrae, while a spinal cord injury to the lumbar vertebrae can affect the nerves …read more >