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Paralysis Injury Claims

Paralysis can occur if there is damage to the nervous system.  In most cases, it is damage to the spinal cord which results in paralysis.  If you have suffered paralysis injuries in an accident that was caused due to the negligent act or wrongdoing of a person, you may be able to make paralysis injury claims.

Paralysis is a serious condition and it can change the life of the victim as well as those close to them completely.  There are four types of paralysis a person can suffer from.  These include:

  • Monoplegia where paralysis affects only one limb
  • Hemiplegia where the limbs on one side of the body are paralysis
  • Paraplegia where paralysis affects the lower body
  • Tetraplegia where both the legs and arms are paralysed

Regardless of the type of paralysis injury you have suffered, we can help you claim for compensation.  Whether your paralysis injury was caused in a road accident, work accident or due to clinical negligence, our solicitors will help you recover the compensation to which you are entitled.

Due to the traumatic nature paralysis injury, it can be quite difficult to deal with the consequences of it.  Our solicitors have years of experience in handling such cases on behalf of innocent victims.  We will fight for your rights on a risk free no win no fee basis and also ensure that you obtain the maximum compensation.

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