Paraplegia Claims for Workplace Accidents
Orange County Workers' Comp Lawyers
Paraplegia occurs when an individual loses sensation and motor function in their lower extremities due to a major injury of the spinal cord. Victims of these accidents usually end up having their lives turned upside down. Daily activities that were once considered to be easy and normal become difficult or impossible, and confinement to a wheelchair becomes a necessity. Because of this, paraplegics will require extensive and ongoing medical treatment and personal assistance for the rest of their lives. In addition to this, they may not be able to work at the same job, or even work at all.
Paraplegia can be caused by a number of work accidents, including:
- Vehicle accidents
- Falls from high places
- Falling objects
- Power tools or heavy machinery
- Collapsing structures
If you or a loved one is facing serious long-term disability due to paraplegia suffered at the workplace, you will encounter numerous new challenges and expenses, including medical care, therapy, rehabilitation, modifications to your home, wheelchairs, vocational training, and more. It is important to hire the legal assistance of an experienced worker's compensation lawyer who can help you obtain monetary assistance for these needs.
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At Alvandi Law Group, P.C., we are committed to helping our clients maximize the benefits that they and their families need to adjust to this new situation. Our Orange County workers' compensation attorneys will thoroughly review the details of your case, look at witness accounts and evidence from the scene, obtain medical records, and consult with experts in life care planning to understand the complete value of your claim.
We offer free case consultations and do not charge you until we win. With a successful track record that includes millions of dollars in settlements for the injured, we are a reliable name in workers' compensation representation.
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