Ohio Partial / Permanent Paralysis

Ohio Lawyers Advocate For Partial Permanent Paralysis Injury Victims

Cpw Law Represents Ohio Clients Who Suffer Catastrophic Injuries

Partial paralysis accident victims have some sensation and some degree of movement. In the best cases, they can regain a normal or close to normal lifestyle, but only with a lot of physical rehabilitation. In the worst cases, their injury can deteriorate and cause a permanent loss of a body part or even a full paralysis. In either scenario, the physical adjustments are slow, and managing the therapy and new life style can be emotionally crushing.

The Ohio personal injury attorneys at Crandall & Pera Law have extensive experience representing clients who have suffered catastrophic injuries. Our compassionate team of lawyers guides you through each phase of your medical recovery and each stage of your legal case. We have Ohio offices in Columbus, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Chagrin Falls and Chesterland, so we are always nearby when you need us.

Causes Of Partial Paralysis

People who suffer from partial paralysis have neurological damage. The accident normally causes damage to the spine and the nerve roots in the spine. The causes of partial paralysis include:

  • Trauma to the head, back, or other body part from a slip and fall, a physical blow, or from a falling object
  • Diseases that can cause partial paralysis include multiple sclerosis and cerebral palsy
  • Brain tumors
  • Heart attacks or strokes
  • Motor vehicle accidents
  • Medical negligence

Living With Partial Paralysis

Anyone who suffers a spinal cord injury or other injury that causes partial paralysis will have to contend with the physical pain. There are old and new treatments for people with partial paralysis, including rehabilitation and medical procedures that can help a patient adjust. But the adjustment can take months or even years. The final adjustment often will still leave the accident victim with the daily task of managing the pain.

Lack of mobility can mean the person will need to rely on others for daily living tasks. The inability to move often means the person cannot work. In addition to the physical pain, there are psychological scars such as depression that can last a lifetime.

The catastrophic injury attorneys of Crandall & Pera Law will review all of the client’s medical problems, current and future, before going to trial before a judge or jury. We understand how crucial it is to know the full extent of a person’s medical injuries, wage loss, and diminished earning level before even considering a full resolution of the case.

Helping Catastrophic Accident Victims In Ohio

Partial paralysis victims live in constant worry and pain. Crandall & Pera Law’s team of spinal cord injury attorneys and staff extremely sympathetic to your difficulties. We work around your medical difficulties to get you the best recovery Ohio law allows. Please call us at 877.686.8879 to make an appointment at one of our offices in Chagrin Falls, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Columbus, or Chesterland. Ohio accident victims can also complete our contact form.

Serving Ohio and Kentucky • Find a Location Near Me

Cleveland Office:
850 Euclid Ave
#1122
Cleveland, OH 44114
216-220-0000
Cincinnati Office:
36 East 7th Street, Suite 2610
Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
513-977-5581
Cleveland East Office:
15 1/2 N. Franklin Street
Chagrin Falls, OH 44022
440-600-2181
Columbus Office:
35 E. Gay Street,
Suite 226
Columbus, Ohio 43215
614-702-2623
Chesterland Office:
12768 Chillicothe Rd., Suite 210
Chesterland, Ohio 44026
440-688-4281
Toledo Office:
5055 Enterprise Blvd., Suite 1204
Toledo, Ohio 43612
419-901-8677
Cincinnati Office:
1095 Nimitzview Dr., Suite 403
Cincinnati, OH 45230
513-434-3226
Lexington Office:
1900 Cambridge Drive, Suite 101
Lexington, KY 40504
859-757-0815
Louisville Office:
2950 Breckenridge Ln, Suite 13-100
Louisville, KY 40220
502-373-8313

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