What does the future hold?
Will your loved one function and live independently again? If not, how will the family pay for the round-the-clock medical care that will be needed to maintain any quality life? These are just some of the questions our clients with family members who have suffered spinal cord injuries have asked. And each time a meritorious claim existed, we have successfully helped. Our medical advantage enables us to succeed in Michigan spinal cord injury cases.
OUR UNIQUE MEDICAL ADVANTAGE
The nervous system is extremely important and entailed. Claims with spinal cord injuries require the utmost in attorney skill and experience. We have a well-earned reputation for helping people with severe personal injuries, including many spinal cord injury cases. In fact, we teach medical malpractice to future attorneys in law school. But that’s just half of the equation.
Spinal Cord injury claims require medical expertise, too. They demand guidance, from beginning to end, of skilled and experienced medical personnel. Fortunately, we have a full-time, master’s-degreed nurse (Helen J. Hicks MSN, a former client with over 25 years of clinical nursing experience) on our professional staff.
With Helen’s exceptional skills, we understand the medicine in spinal cord injuries and speak the right language: medicine. All cases are reviewed internally by Helen at no cost to you. If we take your claim, Helen will continue to oversee the medicine in your case through settlement or trial.
OTHER SEVERE INJURIES AREAS
Birth injury is sustained during the birthing process and can result in nerve damage, bone breaks, or brain injury.
No matter how the permanent injury happened, the diagnosis is scary and unsettling for the victim’s entire family and loved ones.
SPINAL CORD INJURIES
What does the future hold? Will your loved one be able to regain mobility and live independently?
Kidneys are vital organs that filter blood in the body. When injured, there are serious consequences, even death.
Aside from the horrific incident, a victim of a burn has prolonged pain, emotional distress, and often disfigurement and disability.
Injury because of someone's carelessness, recklessness, or intentional misconduct.