Paraplegia is one specific type of paralysis. You might be affected by paraplegia when you do not have movement or feeling in your legs and waist. If you are determined to have this condition, along with limited or no movement at all in your torso, you could be diagnosed as being paraplegic.

Paraplegia Is Paralysis That Affects You From The Waist On Down

Paraplegia is a type of paralysis and spinal cord injury that causes the interruption of signals between the brain and other parts of the body. When you have paraplegia you cannot feel your affected body parts and are insensitive to pain or temperature for the most part. This condition jeopardizes your health because of the inability to feel further pain.Paraplegia can be caused by automobile accidents (even minor rear-end car accidents with older cars that have no head rests) and injuries. Vertebrae bones in the spinal column protect the spinal cord. In order to cause paraplegia, the injury must be very traumatic in nature to damage the nerves encased in bone. Traumatic causation can vary but often involve serious auto accidents or slip and fall accidents.Though you can still have a very fulfilling life, you end up not enjoying the same things you did prior to the accident and your life change dramatically. That is why as the paralysis attorneys at our firm seek the maximum settlement for personal injury cases that result in paraplegia.

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Since 1992, the paralysis lawyers at the Pines Salomon Injury Lawyers, APC. have been assisting injured persons just like you recover the maximum financial compensation for their paralysis and spinal cord injuries. We are dedicated and determined to help you obtain fair and just compensation so that you and your family can recover and move on to a bigger and brighter future.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.