Spinal Cord Injury Attorney in Houston

Houston Catastrophic Injury Lawyer

The Houston personal injury attorneys at The Daspit Law Firm have witnessed the devastating effects of spinal cord injuries. Whether the injury was caused by an auto accident, an accident in the workplace, or another preventable accident, a spinal cord injury can severely impact a person’s ability to work, complete daily tasks, socialize, and get around. The costs of treating this injury and making the necessary lifestyle adjustments can be extremely expensive, reaching into the millions of dollars for lifetime care.

If you or a loved one has suffered a spinal cord injury in a preventable accident, you may be entitled to compensation for your losses. Contact The Daspit Law Firm as soon as possible to speak with an attorney about a potential personal injury lawsuit against the liable party.

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What Damages are Recoverable?

A spinal cord injury lawsuit may allow you to recover compensation for the following damages:

  • Past and future medical bills, including hospital bills, doctor visits, rehabilitation, prescription medication, medical equipment, and more
  • Pain and suffering for lasting physical and emotional anguish
  • Lost wages due to time spent away from work and/or a loss of earning capacity

In the event that the victim dies as a result of their injuries, the family of the victim may be able to recover wrongful death damages for funeral and burial expenses, pain and suffering of the victim, medical expenses leading up to the death, loss of companionship and support, and more.

Common Causes of Spinal Cord Injury

A spinal cord injury may result from the following types of accidents:

Victims of spinal cord injury caused by another person’s negligence should not have to shoulder the financial burden of an unexpected accident. The Daspit Law Firm is ready to help you seek justice and closure after a serious injury so that you have the financial resources you need for your continued care. We encourage you to call us to request a free, no-obligation consultation to learn more about your rights.

Call (281) 972-6900 to get started.