When Catastrophic Accidents Result In Paralysis

Paraplegia is paralysis of the lower extremities. Quadriplegia, also called tetraplegia, is paralysis of all extremities and partial paralysis of the torso. The level of paralysis may vary in both conditions, but generally speaking, all control and sensation in the affected areas are lost.

These conditions are usually caused by severe spinal cord injury suffered in a car, truck or motorcycle accident. Generally speaking, the higher the damage is on the spinal cord, the fuller the paralysis. Specialized medical treatment may be able to repair some of the damage and possibly regain some control and sensation. It is important to work with specialists who understand the complexities and challenges these medical conditions present.

It is of equal importance to work with personal injury attorneys who understand the medical care required and the impact it will have on day-to-day life going forward. At Culpepper Kurland, partners Brad Culpepper and Brett Kurland have the specialized experience and high level of competence necessary to represent clients who have become paralyzed in an accident.

The Experience Necessary To Obtain Full Compensation For You

Our passionate and aggressive attorneys are dedicated to recovering the compensation you need to cover long-term medical care and lost wages and any other related damages. In medically complex cases such as paraplegia and quadriplegia, our lawyers have often retained the guidance of highly qualified medical experts to testify on our clients' behalf.

People who have retained our firm to handle their personal injury case have found that we offer superior service. We care about the clients we represent and take pride in the results we obtain for them. We have built a reputation as aggressive personal injury attorneys who stand up to insurance companies on behalf of injured people.

Contact Us For A Free Consultation Today

To speak with one of our attorneys about the accident that caused your paraplegia or quadriplegia, contact our firm online or call 813-217-5647. We are available for a free consultation 24 hours a day, seven days a week.