PHOENIX, AZ, November 19, 2009 /24-7PressRelease/
-- It takes a matter of seconds for your life to change drastically due to a traumatic accident. When paralysis is the result of an accident, getting your life back to normal can be challenging and emotionally difficult. Paralysis is the loss of muscle function in a part of your body. Paralysis can be caused by a severe spinal cord injury or even a broken neck. Paralysis can occur on one part of your body or several. In the Tempe, Mesa, Scottsdale and Phoenix area, there have been several cases where the faults of these accidents were the result of another's negligence. Contacting an Arizona personal injury attorney about your case can help you hold those parties responsible for your pain and suffering.
There are several different scenarios where the danger of paralysis can occur. These scenarios can occur anywhere and can happen when you or a loved one least expect it. Some examples include:
Paralysis Danger Scenarios
• Slip and Fall
• Severe sport injury
• Motorcycle accident
• Car accident
• Snowboarding accident
• Skateboarding accident
• Birthing injury
Paralysis can result in thousands of dollars in medical bills and physical therapy. These scenarios can be the fault of the manufactures, business owners, physicians, or other neglectful parties.
Although most of the time these accidents occur without warning, there are precautions you can take to avoid the risk of paralysis. Some safety measures include:
• Always wear a seatbelt if you are in a vehicle
• Always wear a helmet for your motorcycle and sporting activity
• Try to constantly be aware of your surroundings and potential danger zones like wet floors or tripping hazards.
Paralysis is an ongoing life changing issue. You may have to undergo extensive medical treatments and testing for the rest of your life. An accident that results in paralysis changes your life and your family's life drastically. In most cases physical therapy is the best option for treatment, but there have been several cases where surgeries and experimental treatments were recommended by physicians. You do not want to be the victim of these high medical bills, which is why it is important to discuss your case with an Arizona personal injury attorney
so you can receive compensation.
Contact an Arizona Personal Injury Attorney
When a traumatic accident causes paralysis, you or your loved on may not know the right course of action to take. An Arizona personal injury lawyer
can help you sort out the complicated details of your case with knowledge and experience. For more information please contact: www.solomonrelihan.com
602-635-1532Email Us Here