It may be difficult and scary at first, but one of the best things you can do after paralysis is to travel. Get out and see what the world has to offer. It is guaranteed to be better than the outlook for recovery of sitting at home day in, day out.There are some complications if you are paralyzed and decide to travel outside of the United States, such as bathrooms not equipped for the differently able, curbs and sidewalks not having the dip required to move your chair, and not knowing a language if you need assistance. But still, it is worth it.Pushing the limits of possibility and seeing all the sites that the world has to offer is something that everyone,withor without a spinal cord injury, should do at least once in their life.Where will your path take you? To the great, natural majesty of the Grand Canyon? Or the beautiful white beaches of Miami? Or the bustling, never sleeping streets of New York City? For those living with paralysis it is important to remember that a world of possibility still exists out there and is just waiting for you to come see it.We, as paralysis lawyers in San Diego, only want to offer you one word of advice before you pack your bags and head out into the beautiful world of possibility: know your own personal limits. Just make sure that if you want to experience something new to the fullest that you do not exhaust yourself in the process.
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Michael A. Pines, our firms founder, is a former insurance company lawyer and he knows how the insurance companies work. Since 1992, the paralysis lawyers at the Law Offices of Michael Pines, APC have been assisting injured persons just like you recover the maximum financial compensation for their paralysis and spinal cord injuries. We know the legal process can at times be very confusing, but our experience can, however, help guide you through the process.You should not have to feel lost or scared about stepping up to insurance companies or even recovering what you lost if you suffer from spinal cord injuries or paralysis, as well as any other secondary condition. Thats what were here forto help you recover all that you are entitled to in a personal 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 lawyer. We handle all cases on a contingency fee basis, which means that you owe us nothing until we recover money on your behalf.