Spinal cord and brain injuries are some of the worst you can suffer. With damage to the spinal cord, you could be left with paralysis or in pain, and brain injuries can make you have to relearn to speak, walk, or perform other actions. Your memory could be hindered, and you may no longer be able to work the kinds of jobs you did before you were injured.
Brain and spinal cord injuries range in severity from very mild to severe or life-threatening conditions. Bleeding on the brain, for instance, can put pressure on the brain that leads to the death of the brain cells and eventually the patient if it’s not treated. Paralysis and broken bones in the back can lead to nerve damage that causes ongoing pain or no feeling at all. Disc injuries along the spinal column can be particularly painful for patients, because the spinal column supports much of the body’s weight.
Whether you’re suffering from lapses in your memory, a loss of vision, paralysis, mood swings, or other kinds of side effects from your injury, it’s important that your case is heard and that you seek the compensation you deserve. Someone else’s negligence left you in a difficult position, and it’s important that you get the justice you deserve from the court system.
Our website has more information about these injuries and how they could affect you in the future and present. It’s important that you stand up for your rights now, so you can be protected during this time when you need compensation and support the most.