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Fort Lauderdale Total Paralysis (Quadriplegia) Lawyers

Suffering from a spinal cord injury is a difficult situation for almost anyone, especially when such an injury leads to permanent and total paralysis, commonly known as quadriplegia. Quadriplegia requires constant physical assistance and care for the victim, as he or she is unable to perform everyday movements and body functions on their own. If you have been put in such a difficult situation through the negligent or reckless behavior of another person, you may actually have the right to sue for legal compensation to help you and your loved ones with the financial costs that arise due to quadriplegia.

If you or someone you know is suffering from quadriplegia because another person caused a spinal cord injury, contact our experienced Fort Lauderdale total paralysis attorneys of Winston Law Firm, today by calling 954-475-9666.

Costs Associated with Total Paralysis

Total paralysis can result in a multitude of costs, for both the victim and his or her family. Because a person with quadriplegia is completely physically dependent, some of the potential costs that may arise include those associated with:

  • Ongoing medical visits
  • Persisting medical attention/specialized care
  • Prescription medication needs
  • Surgical needs
  • In-home living assistance
  • Income supplementation
  • Costs of daily living

The costs that usually accompany quadriplegia can quickly add up and, if you are unable to pay for these costs either for yourself or a suffering loved one, you may not know what to do. However, if the quadriplegia was caused by another person’s negligence, you could be eligible for compensation.

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If you or someone you know has suffered a spinal cord injury that led to quadriplegia due to someone else’s negligence, contact a skilled Fort Lauderdale total paralysis lawyer of Winston Law Firm, today by calling 954-475-9666.