California Spinal Cord Injury Lawyers
Whether permanent or temporary, back and spinal cord injuries can be devastating and life-changing. Paralysis can occur when a back injury results in a fracture or dislocation of the spine that causes a spinal cord injury. Injuries of this type have no known cure and are permanent. They also lead to significant long-term care expenses that can be financially devastating to those who need to provide care to the injured parties.
Serious back injuries can occur in a variety of situations, such as:
Less serious back injuries, however, can be temporary in nature. Healthcare workers suffer from a significant number of back injuries. One of the side effects of whiplash can be back injury. Whether you suffer temporary or permanent back or spinal cord injury, your best chance to defray the significant expenses arising from your injury is to speak to a spinal cord injury attorney in Ventura, Santa Barbara or Oxnard about the possibility of bringing a lawsuit.
The injury attorney you choose should be knowledgeable about how spinal cord and back injuries are caused, and should also have a good understanding of spinal cord anatomy. In addition, and most important, your spine injury lawyer should have extensive experience in valuation of cases similar to yours. Victims of serious back injuries can face substantial expenses for rehabilitation and need long-term emotional and psychological support.
What you can collect
Compensation for a spinal cord injury can include the following:
Contact our firm today
If you believe you have a back or spinal cord injury claim, do not hesitate to call us and speak to a spinal injury lawyer anytime day or night. Contact Crane Flores LLP today for a free consultation with one of our injury lawyers. Call 805.568.5927, 24-hours. Our three offices in Santa Barbara, Oxnard, and Ventura are ready to serve clients throughout California including Ventura County and Santa Barbara County, including Oxnard, Ventura, Thousand Oaks, Moorpark, Simi Valley, Woodland Hills, Santa Barbara, Santa Maria, Carpinteria, San Luis Obispo, Guadalupe, Isla Vista and Paso Robles.