Secondary Conditions of Quadriplegia

In many ways, the efficient operation of one bodily system is heavily reliant on the efficient operation of another. When a severe spinal cord injury results in complete paralysis, it can have a considerable impact on the body’s ability to function normally.

In cases where the victim’s injury happened in an accident that was caused due to the negligence of another person, he or she may be entitled to seek compensation from the responsible parties for the additional care that will likely be required to treat any ancillary conditions that develop as a result of quadriplegia injuries.

At the Law Offices of Sanford Rosenblum, P.C., our Albany quadriplegic injury lawyers have represented victims in a wide variety of claims involving accidents that resulted in paralysis and associated conditions. We have a strong track record of obtaining favorable results for our clients.

Seeking Compensation for All Your Injuries

Our extensive experience with these types of cases allows us to be much more proactive in my efforts to secure full and fair compensation for your injuries. Our understanding of the types of conditions paralysis victims can develop helps to ensure that the right short- and long-term care is considered in any settlement or award.

I have helped clients recover compensation for a many different conditions associated with quadriplegia, including the following:

  • Bladder dysfunction
  • Bowel dysfunction
  • Cardiovascular disease
  • Deep vein thrombosis
  • Hyperthermia and hypothermia
  • Osteoporosis and fractures
  • Respiratory dysfunction
  • Pneumonia
  • Vascular dysfunction

Contact the Albany Paralysis Injury Lawyers of the Law Offices of Sanford Rosenblum, P.C. today to discuss your case. We offer a free initial consultation and case review where you can get your initial questions answered and learn more about how we can help you. We will not accept any attorneys’ fees unless you recover compensation for your injuries.