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Surprise Spinal Injury Lawyer

Are you or a loved one seeking legal representation after a negligent third party’s action caused a spinal injury? If so, the Stewart Law Group Surprise spinal injury attorney are standing by, ready to work with you in your time of need.

At the Stewart Law Group, we have an impressive track record of victories that showcases our ability to bring justice on our client’s behalf.

Talk to a real person about your case by requesting your free, no-obligation spinal injury case review today at 623-263-1000.

What Is A Spinal Injury?

The spine, also known as the spinal column, supports most of the human body’s weight. The spinal column is comprised of 24 bones (vertebrae) and the tailbone (the sacrum). In between each bone is a disk of cartilage.

An injury of the spine could refer to an injury to the spine’s bones (the spinal column) or to the bundle of nerves that travel from the brainstem to the tailbone in the core of the spinal column (the spinal cord). Injuries to the spinal column are likely to affect the spinal cord because the spine’s vertebrae protect the cord.

According to the Merck Manual, herniated disks, loose ligament attachments, misalignment or separation of adjacent vertebrae, and spinal column fractures can injure the spinal cord.

How Do Spinal Column And Cord Accidents Occur?

Blunt trauma is the most common cause of spinal injuries, although the spinal cord can also be severed. This can be the result of any of the following circumstances:

  • Motor vehicle crashes (such as from a car, truck, commercial vehicle, or motorcycle)
  • Pedestrian or bicyclist accidents
  • Slip and falls
  • Violent acts, like a gunshot wound

Common Symptoms Of Spinal Injuries

The severity and the location of the spinal injury affect the level of disability a victim can experience. Common symptoms of spinal injuries include complete or partial paralysis, loss of sensation, weakness, numbness, tingling, impairment of function, and loss of range of motion.

How Much Could My Spinal Injury Case Be Worth In Surprise, Arizona?

This number can be difficult to arrive at due to the number of nuances and intricacies in your spinal injury case. A good legal partner would tell you that they cannot provide an “easy estimate” without any details. The damages available to you depend largely on the details of your case and the extent of your injuries. In general, the more severe the injuries, the more you are likely to receive in financial compensation. This is because the damages associated with the case (such as medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering) will be greater due to the severity of the injury.

Experience The Stewart Law Group’s Commitment To Justice

When you work with a Stewart Law Group Sun City personal injury lawyer, we will handle all the paperwork and legal intricacies of your spinal injury so that you or your loved one can focus on healing. Get started today with a free, no-obligation spinal injury case review. Call us at 623-263-1000.