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Spinal Cord Injury Lawyer
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Los Angeles Spinal Cord Injury Attorney

It’s a sad reality, but most of us take our health for granted. We get out of bed in the morning and follow our daily routine without sparing a second thought about our health. But in the blink of an eye, our world can be turned upside down by the negligent or intentional act of another.

According to the National Spinal Cord Injury Statistical Center, there are about 17,900 new traumatic spinal cord injury cases in the United States each year. The leading causes are:

  • Vehicle accidents *38.2%
  • Falls 32.3%
  • Violence (mainly gunshots) 14.3%
  • Sport & Recreation 7.8%
  • Medical/Surgical 4.1%
  • Other 3.3%

* Vehicle accidents mainly consist of car accidents. However, motorcycle accidents, bicycle accidents, and pedestrian accidents can also result in significant trauma to the spinal cord.

If you or a loved one has suffered a traumatic spinal cord injury, you might be entitled to compensation.

We help clients who have suffered a traumatic spinal cord injury caused by the negligent or intentional act of another to receive the compensation they deserve.

With over 45 years of experience, Cohen & Marzban has already recovered $2,000,000,000+ for our clients. We are proud to be one of the top Los Angeles spinal cord injury attorney firms.

Call us at (310) 880-4555 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to schedule an appointment.

Note: If you’re unable to travel to our office, we’re more than happy to send one of our spinal cord injury attorneys to visit you at home or in hospital, anywhere in Southern California.

All new clients receive a free consultation and if we decide to take on your case, we don’t get paid unless you get paid!

The effects of a spinal cord injury may cause the victim to lose sensation in certain parts of the body, and may also cause motor, bowel and bladder difficulties. In severe cases of spinal injuries, the victim may become paralyzed from the waist down (paraplegia) or from the neck down (quadriplegia). In the case of paralysis, the victim may have to adjust all aspects of their life. Their personal and professional relationships may be changed, in addition to coping with the inability of performing typical daily activities and work duties.

Depending upon the severity of the spinal cord injury and the location on the spine which was affected, there may be various treatment options. Surgeries, physical therapy, medications, and assistive devices may all be necessary for a spinal cord injury victim. If your injury was the result of an accident caused by another person’s negligence you may be able to hold them liable and recover monetary compensation for your injuries and injury related expenses. Please contact one of our Los Angeles Spinal Cord Injury Lawyers today.

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Spinal Cord Injuries

Your ability to move after a spinal cord injury depends on the place of the injury along your spinal cord and how serious the injury is.

Spinal cord injuries are typically classified as:

Complete – If you’ve lost all feeling in your limbs below the spinal cord injury and can’t move, your injury is called complete.

Incomplete – If you have some feeling in your limbs below the spinal cord injury or can make small movements, your injury is called incomplete. There are varying degrees of incomplete spinal cord injuries.

According to the Mayo Clinic, anyone who experiences trauma to their head or neck needs immediate medical attention because:

  • “A serious spinal injury isn’t always immediately obvious. If it isn’t recognized, a more severe injury may occur.
  • Numbness or paralysis may occur immediately or come on gradually as bleeding or swelling occurs in or around the spinal cord.
  • The time between injury and treatment can be critical in determining the extent and severity of complications and the possible extent of expected recovery.”

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