ALBANY – SCHENECTADY – TROY – SARATOGA PARALYSIS LAWYERS
Permanent paralysis — in the form of quadriplegia, paraplegia or monoplegia — is one of the most serious consequences an accident victim can suffer. The process of getting fairly compensated for a paralytic condition can be extremely difficult and complicated.
At the Law Offices of Sanford Rosenblum, P.C., we have the experience and resources to help catastrophic injury victims throughout Upstate New York pursue maximum money damages from those responsible for their injuries.
There is no fee unless you win your case! Contact us for a free case evaluation, today!
Seeking Compensation for the Permanent Consequences of Your Injuries
We exclusively represent clients who have been seriously injured and the families of those who have died. Many of our clients have suffered injuries that have resulted in paralytic conditions such as the following:
- Quadriplegia is a paralysis of all four limbs. It is most often caused by a spinal cord injury in the area of the neck or a brain injury. In some cases of quadriplegia, the arms are only partially paralyzed, while in other cases, all four limbs are fully paralyzed.
- Paraplegia is a paralysis of both legs. It is most often the result of a back injury that has caused damage to the lumbar spine. The paralysis may be full or partial, and bodily functions in the lower part of the body are normally restricted as well.
We are Experienced Paraplegia and Quadriplegia Attorneys in New York’s Capital Region (Albany, Schenectady, Troy, Saratoga and surrounding areas.) If you have been left paralyzed due to someone else’s negligence, you need a lawyer who is prepared to demonstrate, with the help of credible experts, the long-term impact your injuries will have on your medical and life care needs, ability to work, and quality of life.
We have been practicing law in New York for over 25 years, and work with top-notch experts to get the results our clients deserve. To schedule a free consultation, contact us today. You will not pay any fees or expenses unless you get compensated.