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Facing a paralysis diagnosis can be daunting. Although paralysis symptoms can vary from person to person, they all can have a significant impact on your future. In addition to limiting your mobility, they can impact your ability to earn a living, support yourself, and take care of your family.

Fortunately, a successful personal injury lawsuit could help. If somebody else’s wrongful actions paralyzed you, you should reach out to a Southampton paralysis injury lawyer. A seasoned local attorney could help you pursue sufficient compensation you and your family deserve.

How Does Someone Become Paralyzed?

Paralysis involves a person losing function and sensation in part or all of their body. Some degenerative illnesses, like multiple sclerosis or ALS, cause paralysis over a period of years. Acute medical problems, like strokes, can also lead to paralysis. However, many people who suffer paralysis do so because of sudden, preventable trauma to the spinal cord or brain.

Most commonly, this trauma occurs because due to:

A hardworking attorney in Southampton could investigate the circumstances surrounding the paralysis injury to identify all liable parties.

Types of Paralysis Injuries

Paralysis injuries occur when damage to the brain or spinal column cuts off the channel of communication between the brain to the rest of the body. The severity of a person’s paralysis usually depends on where on the spinal cord the trauma occurs. Generally, people with more serious injuries higher on the spinal column experience more extensive paralysis. For example, if a trauma completely severs the spinal cord at the neck, that person would likely face permanent, total body paralysis. If a person suffers lesser damage, lower on their spinal cord, they may have temporary, partial paralysis.

Doctors most frequently diagnose the following forms of paralysis:

  • Monoplegia, which prohibits a person from moving one arm or leg
  • Hemiplegia, which stops a person from controlling or moving one side of their body
  • Diplegia, which restricts the movement of the same area on both sides of the body
  • Paraplegia, which affects the lower part of a person’s body, and generally prevents a person from moving their legs
  • Quadriplegia or tetraplegia, which prevents movement below the neck and can also lead to respiratory problems

Some people have no feeling whatsoever in the affected region of their body, while others have pain or tingling sensations. With specialized care, some people can partially or even wholly heal, while others remain permanently paralyzed. Dedicated attorneys in the area understand the physical and emotional impact paralysis can have on a person and could ensure their damage claim accounts for all past and future implications of their harm.

Speak with a Southampton Paralysis Injury Attorney Right Away

If somebody else’s mistake caused you to suffer a loss of mobility, you should reach out for qualified legal assistance. A dedicated Southampton paralysis injury lawyer could help you pursue your rightful compensation from the person responsible for your paralysis. Reach out to our office today to schedule your initial consultation.

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