Paralyzed Due to a Doctor’s Negligence?
Philadelphia – Pennsylvania – New Jersey – New York
Paralysis is a devastating injury that can greatly impair your quality of life. Unfortunately, paralysis is occasionally the result of the medical malpractice of a doctor or other medical professional. In such cases, the medical expenses and future care of the victim can be substantial, as well as lasting emotional trauma. If you have suffered an injury of this type, you may be wondering if you qualify for compensation. An experienced and caring attorney can benefit you greatly in receiving the benefits you may deserve.
Do You Have One of the Following Types of Paralysis?
There are several types of paralysis, which include:
- Facial – causing difficulty swallowing or speaking
- Partial Paralysis – loss of mobility and function
- Paraplegia (paralyzed from the wait down)
- Quadriplegia (paralyzed in both the arms and legs)
The paralysis attorneys of Lowenthal & Abrams, including both a medical doctor and nurse, have substantial experience in handling paralysis cases. If you have been paralyzed as the result of medical malpractice, please contact us to discuss your rights.
Damages in Pennsylvania Paralysis Cases
If you have suffered from paralysis as a result of medical malpractice, you can expect to have substantial expenses that might include:
- Lost wages and lifetime earning capacity
- Substantial Medical Bills
- Potential Future Surgeries
- Long Term Care
- Mobility Devices such as wheelchairs and the necessary support such as home and van modifications
Does This Sound Like You? We Can Help
Due to these expenses, as well as the pain and suffering you have experienced, it is crucial that you have a strong Pennsylvania Medical Malpractice lawyer on your side. Contact a personal injury attorney at Lowenthal & Abrams, for a free consultation with an experienced member of our legal team.