St. Louis Spinal Cord Injury Attorneys

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Serving St. Louis, Missouri and Illinois 


Getting you the compensation you deserve after a spinal cord injury

Spinal cord injuries occur when any parts of the neck, back, lower back, connective tissues, surrounding muscles, vertebrae, and nerve cells are injured.

Not only can spinal cord injuries be very dangerous and life threatening, they can cause paralysis or death. The spinal cord acts as both a support beam for your body, holding your body upright, and also a nerve-highway, sending signals from the brain to much of the body.

Damage to the spinal cord can result in life-changing injuries or disabilities. Spinal cord injury victims often require non-stop medical attention and care to accomplish even the simplest tasks.

Spinal cord injuries are made additionally difficult because they can arise months after the incident that originally caused them. A spinal cord injury can be detected through symptoms such as:

· Pain
· Breathing Problems
· Weak Muscles
· Loss of Feeling
· Seizures
· Blood Pressure Problems
· Heart Rate Problems
· Loss of Bladder or Bowel Control
· Digestion Problems
· Sexual Dysfunction

Serving St. Louis, Missouri and Illinois

Spinal cord injury claims are very difficult to handle legally because they require review of numerous medical records, as well as the determination of all the losses you have suffered as a result of the spinal cord injury.

Although a spinal cord injury can occur as a result of many different incidents, most spinal cord injuries result from serious trauma, usually caused by:

· Motorcycle Accidents
· Auto Accidents
· Truck Accidents
· Defective Products
· Dangerous Drugs
· Nursing Home Abuse

If you or a loved one has suffered a spinal cord injury and would like to receive compensation from the responsible party, contact the St. Louis spinal injury attorneys at Brown & Brown Attorneys at Law to pursue your case and obtain the recovery that you deserve.