Quadriplegia is a state in which you lose sensation and mobility in both the upper and lower body. Quadriplegia affects all of your arms and legs, and because of that, the condition can also be referred to as tetraplegia.The spinal cord can be thought of as a telephone pole between the brain and the body. When the spinal cord is damaged, the transfer of information between the brain and the body becomes disrupted. Quadriplegia occurs when there is damage to the upper portion of the spinal cord in the cervical and thoracic regions.Quadriplegia is the result of a serious spinal cord injury from a car accident or act of violent trauma. The ways you can become quadriplegic are many, but car accidents are the leading cause of this form of paralysis. Every year, about 11,000 people suffer from some type of spinal cord injury. Quadriplegia results in about 47 percent of those injuries.

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Our experienced and knowledgeable San Diego paralysis attorneys can help you with your personal injury case, including ones where that involve quadriplegia. The paralysis lawyers at our firm fight for you, our client, so that you can get the maximum settlement possible.A person who unfortunately suffers a catastrophic spinal cord injury like quadriplegia has a significant decline in their quality of life. These people living with paralysis cannot enjoy all of the same things they did prior to the accident, and their lives change dramatically.That is why our paralysis attorneys seek the maximum settlement possible for clients suffering from quadriplegia.

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Michael A. Pines, our firms founder, is a former insurance company lawyer, so he knows how the insurance companies work. In our experience, insurance companies dont always offer a fair settlement. You should not have to worry about standing up to insurance companies. Thats what were here forto help you recover the maximum spinal cord injury settlement with the least amount of stress.If you or a loved one have been involved in an accident and suffered a spinal cord injury or paralysis, we urge you to contact our bilingual offices as soon as possible following the accident at 1-858-551-2090 or please click here for a free consultation with an experienced paralysis attorney. We handle all cases on a contingency fee basis, which means that you owe us nothing until we recover money on your behalf.