Chicago Spinal Cord Injury Attorneys

Spinal cord injuries can be some of the most life-changing types of injuries a person can suffer. A spinal cord injury can rob a person of his or her independence. This can be especially difficult if the injured person has children or other loved ones who depend on that person for care. It can also create a serious financial impact when the household depends on the income of the person who was injured.

There are many types of spinal cord injuries and each can have its own specific impact:

  • Quadriplegia
  • Paraplegia
  • Herniated disks
  • Annular tears

Many of these issues are immediate, but they can also be degenerative. An injury can begin a process where the condition of the spine worsens over time. These types of injuries can be deceptive. As the problem may only begin at some later point after an accident has occurred, people may fail to connect their pain and injury with the accident which caused them. Symptoms such as numbness and tingling can increase in severity over time.

AV PREEMINENT* RATED REPRESENTATION FOR THOSE SUFFERING SPINAL CORD INJURIES

At Trapp & Geller, our firm has 30 years of experience creating the results our clients need after an accident has left them seriously injured. We are dedicated to helping the victims of spinal cord injuries fight for their rights and the maximum compensation. We know the impact that a spinal cord injury can have on a person’s life and the lives of his or her loved ones. Extensive and ongoing care may be necessary. Modifications to the home may be necessary. You may not be able to work again in your chosen field. We will calculate the full impact your injury has on your life and pursue the compensation you need to meet those challenges.

CONTACT THE CHICAGO SPINAL CORD INJURY LAWYERS OF TRAPP & GELLER

Spinal cord injuries require knowledgeable and highly-skilled legal counsel. To schedule a free initial consultation with one of our Chicago spinal cord injury attorneys, call 312-818-2591 or contact us online.

We bill on a contingent fee basis. We only get paid if we secure compensation for you. There is no risk and no cost to you.