Pensacola Spinal Cord Injury Lawyers
Providing Compassionate & Aggressive Legal Representation
A spinal cord injury is one of the most severe, life-changing injuries a person can endure. At the Law Office of J.J. Talbott, we recognize the devastating impact these injuries have on the lives of victims and their loved ones, which is why we fight tirelessly for those affected by spinal cord injuries throughout Pensacola and the surrounding areas.
If you or someone you love has suffered a spine injury due to the negligent or wrongful conduct of another, we can help. With decades of experience, as well as access to renowned industry experts and other invaluable resources, we have what it takes to aggressively advocate for you and your recovery. Our trial attorneys prepare every case as though it will go to court, an approach that has helped them recover more than $100 million in compensation for their clients to date.
Types of Spinal Cord Injuries
Though there are many different types of spinal cord injuries, all of these injuries can be classified as one of the following:
- Complete: A complete spinal cord injury occurs when the brain cannot communicate with the body below the point of injury whatsoever.
- Incomplete: An incomplete spinal cord injury results in partial communication between the brain and the body below the point of injury.
Both complete and incomplete spinal cord injuries can be devastating, but incomplete spinal cord injuries are generally considered less severe and more treatable than complete spinal cord injuries.
Some examples of complete and incomplete spinal cord injuries include:
- Spine contusions
- Spinal concussions
- Anterior cord syndrome
- Brown-Sequard syndrome
- Cauda equina syndrome
- Slipped, ruptured, or herniated discs
If you or someone you care about has suffered one of these or another type of spine injury, you could be entitled to financial compensation for your resulting damages. We encourage you to reach out to an experienced personal injury lawyer, like those at the Law Office of J.J. Talbott, who can help you with your claim.
Common Causes of Spinal Cord Injuries
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), most spinal cord injuries result from preventable causes.
When someone else’s negligent or wrongful conduct causes a spinal cord injury, the victim can pursue fair financial compensation for their losses, such as medical expenses and lost earning ability. If you believe someone else was responsible for the event that caused your or your loved one’s injury, reach out to the Law Office of J.J. Talbott to learn how our Pensacola spinal cord injury lawyers can help.
Spinal cord injuries are severe injuries that nearly always have significant and life-changing effects on the lives of victims and their families. The effects of a spinal cord injury are immense and far-reaching, ranging from the physical to the psychological to the financial.
Some of the most common effects of spinal cord injuries include:
- Partial or total paralysis
- Reduced mobility
- Sexual dysfunction
- Loss of fertility
- Exaggerated reflexes
- Nerve damage
- Respiratory problems
- Low blood pressure
- Swelling of the extremities
- Severe pain, including chronic pain
- Lost or altered sensory perception
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
Coping with the effects of a spinal cord injury can be physically, emotionally, and financially taxing. Victims and their families typically face exorbitant medical costs, often made worse by a loss of income when the injured person can no longer work. On top of this, they may suffer a significant loss of life quality and an inability to earn a living for themselves or their loved ones.
At the Law Office of J.J. Talbott, we understand the challenges you and your family are facing. We want to help you recover the maximum compensation you are owed so that you can obtain critical medical care, manage unexpected expenses associated with your injury, and take care of your everyday bills as you focus on your recovery. Our Pensacola spinal cord injury lawyers are dedicated to maximizing your settlement or verdict so that you can heal.