Dedicated Oklahoma Paralysis Attorneys
Have you suffered a debilitating spinal cord injury?
Estimates say nearly one in 50 people live with some form of temporary or permanent paralysis—the complete or partial loss of motor function in a part of the body. Those diagnosed with paralysis often require physical or occupational therapy, vocational training, or psychological counseling long after their initial injury.
Common Causes of Paralysis
- Severe Stroke
- Traumatic Brain Injury
- Spinal Cord Injury
Types of Paralysis
Medical professionals define several types of paralysis based on the number of limbs and area of the body affected:
- Monoplegia: Affects a single area of the body, typically one limb
- Hemiplegia: Affects an arm and leg on one side of the body
- Paraplegia: Affects below the waist, typically both legs, hips, and more
- Quadriplegia: Affects below the neck, typically all four limbs and the torso
Paralysis is extremely widespread in the United States affecting about 1.7 percent of the population. The leading cause of paralysis was a stroke (33.7%) followed by spinal cord injuries (27.7%).
Paralysis is the loss of the ability to move (and at times feel) in part or most of the body.
Paralysis can cause serious physical, mental, and financial strain on your life. Those living with paralysis are often left with major financial burdens that affect not only themselves but their families. To put it in perspective, spinal cord injuries which are the second leading cause of paralysis cost about 40.5 billion dollars annually.
Victims of paralysis and their families need the aid of a spinal cord injury attorney who understands the physical, emotional, and financial struggle, which results from these catastrophic injuries. That’s why it is important to contact an experienced attorney at Graves McLain to help you through this difficult time.
If you or a loved one has suffered paralysis in any type of accident call Graves McLain right away at 918-359-6600 to represent you in your time of need. We’ll speak with you for free and help represent you and your family. Our goal is to secure you the maximum compensation to help cover medical bills, lost wages, home alterations, prescriptions, therapy, and all other related services necessary. Graves McLain is experienced in handling claims involving paralysis.
We review every detail of your situation at no cost to you and fight hard to protect your rights. Trust our team, we are here to help. At Graves McLain, you will never pay an attorney’s fee upfront, and you owe us nothing until we win your case. At Graves McLain, we don’t get paid until you do.
Graves McLain, Serious Lawyers For Serious Injuries