spinal cord injuries

Everything you need to know about spinal cord injuries

Experiencing a spinal cord injury can result in traumatising results and life changes that you may have to adapt to forever.  Spinal injuries are considered serious injuries as they can have life-changing implications to your life, if you would like to find out more about spinal injuries read here.

What is a spinal cord injury?

The spine is the most important part of the body, if damaged it can lead to life-changing problems such as paralysis. The spinal cord is a bundle of nerves and other tissues that the vertebrae and spine connect. Spinal cord injuries can be caused by anything, like a powerful impact on the body, pressure on the spine, lacerations, or broken bones.

The most common causes of spine injuries

Spine injuries can be caused by a range of things; however, the most common causes of spine injuries include:

  • Road traffic accidents, such as motorcycle accidents, cycling accidents, pedestrian accidents, and car accidents.
  • Medical negligence, such as poorly conducted procedures, medical misdiagnosis, or late diagnosis.
  • Accidents in public.
  • Accidents at work.

If you would like to start a successful claim concerning your spinal injury, we highly recommend that you contact one of our experienced serious injury solicitors at Solicitors On Your Side.

Common complications from spinal injuries

The most common complications from spinal injuries include paralysis; as the spine is one of the most important parts of the body that carries information from the brain to the rest of the body. Depending on where the spinal damage is, severely depends on where the paralysis may be. Other common complications from spinal injuries include loss of feeling, loss of movement and loss of control of certain parts of the body, either long or short-term. Whether you will recover from your injuries depends on the severity of the injuries experienced. If you would like to start a successful spinal injury claim, contact us now.

How to claim for spinal injuries

It isn’t easy to claim for serious injuries, you will have to provide adequate evidence and proof of medical records. By instructing one of our solicitors to deal with your claim, you can sit back and relax, knowing that you will get the best possible outcome if one of our solicitors is working on it. We work on a no-win-no-fee basis, meaning that you won’t commit to paying a single thing, we just take a deduction from what you were awarded for.

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