After a serious accident that causes a spinal cord injury, you may not know where to turn for help. You will likely have trouble walking, moving or even thinking about anything other than your injury. If you are, or a family member is, partially or completely paralyzed, you will likely feel no hope. At Ladah Law Firm, PLLC, we’re strong advocates for people who have suffered serious spinal cord injuries — in cases ranging from herniated discs or fractured vertebrae to those involving complete paralysis. We work aggressively to help our clients obtain the compensation that can pay for medical care, long-term care and other services they need. Our objective is to provide you with hope.

A Strong Advocate for Spine Injury Victims

Ramzy Ladah & the attorneys at Ladah Law Firm, are highly focused on helping victims of accidents resulting in back or neck injuries, motorcycle accidents and other life-changing events get the compensation they deserve & medical attention they need to start the process of rebuilding their lives. He and his firm will work tenaciously at all stages of the legal process to help you get compensation. Our legal team has a full understanding of just how damaging spinal cord injuries can be. These devastating injuries can cause tremendous emotional suffering and severe disruption to the life of the victim. We fight aggressively to ensure that spine injury victims are able to obtain the financial and medical support that they need and deserve.

Spine Injuries Require Long-Term Care Solutions

Unfortunately, paraplegia and other forms of paralysis typically do not “get better.” Depending on the degree of disability, the victim may need long-term care over the course of his or her life. Some of the most common types of serious spine injuries include:

  • Paraparesis: This is an injury that results in partial paralysis of victim’s lower body, typically affecting feet, legs, trunk and pelvic organs.
  • Paraplegia: This type of spine injury results in full paralysis of the victim’s lower extremities, and often their lower truck.
  • Quadriparesis: This type of spine injury results in the partial paralysis of all four of the victim’s extremities.
  • Quadriplegia: The most catastrophic spine injury, quadriplegia results in the full paralysis of all four of the victim’s extremities.

If the victim is living at home and/or is partially mobile, he or she may need special modifications in the home and ongoing assistance. Indeed, the effects of a catastrophic spinal cord injury often extend well beyond simple physical impairments. For many, adapting to their new life with physical limitations can be extremely challenging. There are many emotional, lifestyle and financial issues that must be resolved. Without proper support, recovery is much more challenging for victims and their family members. Our team is here to take care of the legal issues so that victims can focus on their health and their recovery.

Who Is Liable In Spine Injury Cases?

Under Nevada law, any party whose negligent actions (or inactions) contributed to causing a spinal cord injury can legally be be held liable for the victim’s damages. This includes individuals, property owners and Las Vegas businesses. Sine spine injuries can happen in a number of different ways, negligence can also take many different forms. Some of the most common types of accidents that lead to catastrophic spinal cord damage include:

Lost wages and diminished earning capacity;

Emotional distress; and

Loss of lifestyle enjoyment.

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