If you or a loved one has suffered paraplegia or quadriplegia due to medical malpractice, the attorneys at Rosenberg, Minc, Falkoff & Wolff, LLP, can help you understand your rights and pursue compensation on your behalf. Both paraplegia and quadriplegia cause the victim to endure a lifetime of hardship and expensive medical treatment. Our lawyers will work with you personally to assess how paralysis has affected your life and to seek fair and just compensation for your losses.
Contact us online or by telephone at 1-866-516-5887 to speak with an experienced New York paraplegia and quadriplegia attorney.
Paraplegia, Quadriplegia and Medical Negligence
Mistakes made by surgeons and other medical professionals can result in paraplegia and quadriplegia. Examples of medical errors that lead to paralysis include:
- Nicking or cutting vital nerves
- Undiagnosed stroke
- Intubation (breathing tube) injuries affecting the spinal cord
- Misplaced epidural injections
- Anesthesia errors
- Medication errors
- Failure to diagnose cervical or spinal tumors
For the victims of these medical mistakes, paraplegia and quadriplegia affect every aspect of their lives. A paralysis victim may require adaptive equipment, adapted living quarters, daily care, and other expensive, ongoing medical treatment.
The quality of life is also affected dramatically. In addition to loss of mobility, victims may suffer loss of sensation, difficulty eating, incontinence, loss of sexual function and other hardships. Our New York paraplegia and quadriplegia attorneys work to ensure our clients are fairly compensated for all of their losses, present and future.
Contact Us About Medical Malpractice Paraplegia and Quadriplegia Cases
Contact our law firm today to discuss your situation. Call us at 1-866-516-5887 or e-mail us to schedule a free, confidential case evaluation with a New York state paraplegia and quadriplegia lawyer. We can travel to your home or the hospital if you cannot travel to us.
You pay nothing upfront. You pay nothing unless we win your case.