Sensory Loss Injury
When a person suffers damage to his or her spinal cord in a serious accident, the resulting impact can be tremendous and can affect the entire body. Spinal cord injuries can cause sensory loss, which in the worst cases, includes paraplegia and quadriplegia. If you or someone you love has suffered sensory loss as the result of an auto accident or someone else’s negligence, it is important to talk with a lawyer about your rights.
At the law firm of Galine, Frye, Fitting & Frangos, in San Mateo, our attorneys provide experienced legal representation to accident victims and their families. We know how damaging these injuries are for our clients and how the consequences can last for a lifetime. It is our goal in every case to recover maximum compensation for our clients’ medical bills, lost wages and future medical costs.San Mateo Sensory Loss Injury Attorneys
Even in cases where sensory loss does not result in paraplegia or quadriplegia, it can result in a loss of control and function over other areas of the body. Sensory loss may cause a lack of dexterity in the hands, legs or feet, and a loss of sensation in other body parts. It may also impact the ability to breathe normally.
If the damage is less severe, the sensory loss may be temporary and a full recovery may be possible with proper medical care and rehabilitation. It is important that your injuries and medical needs are fully outlined and that the compensation that you receive will cover all of your past, present and future expenses.Learn More Information About Your Rights
After a serious accident resulting in sensory loss, it is important to protect your rights by discussing your case and your options with an experienced attorney. Contact us at the law firm of Galine, Frye, Fitting & Frangos to schedule a free case evaluation. Call our office at (650) 345-8484 to make an appointment.