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Virginia Paralysis Injury Lawyer

Paralysis is a catastrophic injury that can have a profound impact on an individual’s life. If you or a loved one has been paralyzed due to someone else’s carelessness, you may be entitled to compensation for your losses. Our Virginia paralysis injury lawyers have the experience, knowledge, and resources to advocate for your best interests and help you get the compensation you deserve. Schedule your free consultation with Cooper Hurley Injury Lawyers today.

Paralysis is an injury that occurs when there is damage to the nervous system and a loss of sensation and function in parts of the body. A variety of accidents, including car crashes and slips and falls, can cause paralysis. No matter the cause, the consequences of paralysis can be life-altering for both the victim and their loved ones.

That is where Cooper Hurley Injury Lawyers comes in. Our Virginia paralysis injury lawyers are dedicated to helping victims of paralysis and their families seek justice and fair compensation for their injuries. We are here to make sure you know your full legal rights and options. Let us put our decades of experience to work for you.

How Cooper Hurley Injury Lawyers Can Assist With Your Paralysis Injury Case

At Cooper Hurley Injury Lawyers, personal injury law is all we do. The Hampton Roads community knows us as The Car Crash Experts, and we are well-equipped to handle cases involving catastrophic accident-related injuries like paralysis. Here’s a look at what we have to offer:

  • Award-winning legal services from attorneys nationally recognized as Super Lawyers, Top 100 Trial Lawyers, Lawyers of Distinction, and Top Lawyers of Coastal Virginia.
  • A top-tier legal team made up of world-class attorneys, including founding partner John M. Cooper, a nationally recognized advocate with over 30 years of experience helping injured Virginians.
  • 120+ years of combined experience securing justice, accountability, and compensation on behalf of injury victims.
  • Meeting locations throughout Hampton Roads—if you cannot come to us due to your injury, we can come to you.
  • Free consultations and a no-win, no-fee guarantee.

We have recovered millions of dollars in settlements and verdicts for our clients in a wide variety of personal injury cases, including those involving full and partial paralysis. Our goal is to level the playing field between you and defendants eager to diminish or deny the full value of your claim.

What Is Paralysis?

Paralysis is a medical condition characterized by the inability to move one or more muscles in the body. It can also involve a loss of feeling in the affected area.

Paralysis can occur due to various reasons, primarily involving issues with the nervous system. The severity and extent of paralysis can vary widely, from partial paralysis affecting a specific limb or region of the body to complete paralysis below the point of injury along the spine. Types of paralysis include:

  • Monoplegia – Affects only one limb or region.
  • Hemiplegia – Affects one side of the body, typically involving the arm and leg.
  • Paraplegia – Affects both legs and sometimes parts of the torso.
  • Quadriplegia (Tetraplegia) – Affects all four limbs and, in many cases, the torso.

The treatment for paralysis depends on its cause and severity. Unfortunately, while some cases of paralysis may be temporary and partially reversible, others may be permanent.

Treatment options may include physical therapy, occupational therapy, medication to manage symptoms, surgery, and assistive devices like wheelchairs or braces. Research into treatments like stem cell therapy, nerve cell regeneration, and innovative rehabilitation techniques continues to evolve, offering hope for future advancements in paralysis treatment.

Common Accidents That Lead to Paralysis

Some people are born with conditions that cause paralysis, such as spina bifida. Others develop paralysis due to medical conditions like multiple sclerosis, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), and strokes.

Unfortunately, in many cases, paralysis is caused by traumatic injury to the spinal cord. Our seasoned legal team has the knowledge and resources needed to handle all personal injury scenarios that lead to paralysis, including those involving:

Compensation for Victims of Paralysis

Paralysis can significantly impact a person’s quality of life. If you’ve experienced paralysis, you may require ongoing and expensive medical treatment, assistive devices, and modifications to your home or vehicle to accommodate your condition. You may be unable to work and support yourself financially. Your injury may also affect your ability to enjoy activities you once loved.

If someone else’s carelessness caused your paralysis, you have the right to seek compensation for your resulting losses. With the help of our Virginia paralysis injury attorneys, a personal injury lawsuit may provide financial compensation for the economic and non-economic damages like:

  • Past and future medical expenses
  • Rehabilitation and ongoing care
  • Home modifications
  • Lost wages
  • Lowered earning capacity
  • Pain and suffering
  • Lowered quality of life
  • Psychological distress

Trust the Experienced Virginia Paralysis Injury Attorneys at Cooper Hurley Injury Lawyers

Your injury is our fight. Cooper Hurley Injury Lawyers is here to help you pursue full and fair compensation for your paralysis injury. We have a strong track record of success in personal injury cases, including those involving spinal cord injuries and paralysis.

We will evaluate your case at no upfront cost and advise you on the best path forward. Call (757) 333-3333 or fill out our online contact form to schedule your free consultation with our Virginia paralysis injury lawyers today. We have conveniently located offices in:

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