South Carolina Spinal Cord Injury Lawyers
Spinal cord damage can occur various ways, but regardless of its cause, the result is devastating. Many accident victims are left unable to work, making it nearly impossible to provide for their families and pay for costly, often ongoing, medical care.
Due to the complicated nature of these cases, it takes an experienced South Carolina personal injury attorney to advocate for the compensation you deserve – and to hold the responsible party accountable.
David Taylor Law is proud to serve injury victims here at home, and to offer free consultations. Schedule yours today and let our law firm fight for the justice you deserve.
Types of Spinal Cord Injuries
There are various types of spinal cord injuries, including the following:
- Cervical: impacts the head, neck and surrounding areas
- Lumbar: impacts the legs and hips
- Thoracic: impacts the chest and abdomen
- Sacral: impacts the thighs, pelvic region and buttocks
Although one part of the body may be specifically affected by a spinal cord injury, the loss of function often impacts the rest of the body – and the injured person’s ability to work and enjoy the life they once loved.
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If you decide to sue for your spinal injury, trust David Taylor Law to handle all communications with the insurance company. Focus on your recovery and let our South Carolina spinal cord injury attorneys fight for the compensation you deserve. Depending on your case, you may be eligible for:
- Reimbursement for medical expenses and the cost of ongoing / lifelong care
- Workers’ Compensation benefits (for spinal cord injuries at work)
- Future loss of earnings
- Disability benefits
- Pain and suffering / loss of enjoyment of life
- Loss of companionship (for victim’s loved ones)
If your loved one died as the result of someone else’s negligence, you may be eligible for wrongful death benefits.
Our South Carolina spinal cord injury attorneys will take the time to learn the details of your case, offering support and encouragement at a time when you need it most. In addition to ensuring you get the quality care and compassion you need, we’ll work tirelessly in pursuit of maximum compensation.