Standing Up for the Rights of Spinal Cord Injury Victims
A spinal cord injury which leaves a victim with partial or total paralysis is devastating and life-altering. Many individuals may not be able to return to work, resulting in the loss of wages. They also may need extensive rehabilitation, continued medical treatment and around-the-clock personal care.
If you or a loved one has suffered a spinal cord injury, we can help. Our lawyers at the Law Offices of Leonard S. Becker are committed to helping the victims of spinal cord injuries and their families deal with the legal, financial, medical and emotional issues that stem from the accident. We handle cases of paraplegia, quadriplegia and partial paralysis, in addition to other spinal cord damage and nerve injuries.
The force of car accidents and other types of accidents on the neck or back can cause the spinal cord to become pinched, bruised or completely severed. As a result, an individual may have to completely alter his or her life to accommodate the new limitations or support equipment, such as a wheelchair. These are costs for which the negligent party should be responsible.
Contact us today to learn more about your case and options during a free initial consultation with an experienced personal injury and spinal cord injury attorney at our firm.
Back and Neck Injuries
In addition to handling serious spinal cord injuries, our firm represents clients who have suffered a range of back and neck injuries in car accidents, truck accidents, workplace accidents and other accident situations:
- Herniated disks
- Slipped disks
- Ruptured disks
- Bulging disks
- Nerve damage
- Numbness and tingling
- Back strains and sprains
Contact a Chicago Spinal Cord Injury and Illinois Paralysis Attorney
For a free consultation to discuss your spinal cord injury case with a lawyer at our firm, contact us online or call us at 312-492-7700. Evening and weekend appointments are available. We also offer Polish and Spanish language services.
We handle spinal cord and other personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis. This means that you don’t pay us anything until we secure full compensation for you and/or your family.
Our office is located 10 blocks west of downtown Chicago. Parking is available. If your spinal cord injury makes it difficult to come to us, a member of our firm can make arrangements to come to you.