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Spinal Cord Injuries from Car Accidents

It is well known that factors stress and strain can make physical pain much worse. For instance, a person who has just been in a car accident will likely have a greater degree of headache pain than he or she will have, from the same kind of headache, when experienced under less severe circumstances. While bodily injury pain can be subjective and depend on a person’s temperament and mental resiliency, the limits of human endurance are not. Every person has a pain threshold which is basically be defined as the point at which one begins to feel physical pain. Nothing tests these limits more than spinal cord injuries. Spinal cord injuries can occur when a severe fall or car crash such as a rear-end accident, compresses or severs the spinal cord. For instance, a person who is seated in a vehicle, especially one whose head is unsupported, upon receiving an unexpected impact in the rear, is subjected to a tremendous hyperextension force which, as has been shown in engineering studies and slow-motion pictures produced under test  conditions, to be considerably more than the average person would expect. This is due to the way in which the top portion of the spine or Cervical Spine is located on the human body in contrast to that of the rest of the vertebral column.

Spinal Cord Injuries

It is relatively common to see spinal cord injuries develop into quadriplegia or paraplegia. If you recently sustained a spinal cord injury, you may be feeling the effects of the injury mentally, physically, and even financially, we can help you! As a leading personal injury law firm in South Florida, our injury lawyers have seen how damaging effects of spinal cord injuries. Medical treatment for spinal cord injuries can limit or even prevent a person from attending work which can create a tough financial predicament for injury victims. If you or a loved one sustained a serious spinal cord injury, and you need to be compensated for your damages, we may be able to assist you in filing a personal injury lawsuit against the responsible party. The pain that results from a spinal cord injury originates from the muscular strain, the stretching or tearing of tendons and ligaments and compression effects upon the arteries, nerves and nerve roots. The severity of the injury and recovery time needed can only be determined by a medical professional.

Speak with a Car Accident Attorney in Miami Today!

It would be great if your auto insurance provider automatically agreed to cover the costs of your injuries when making a personal injury claim following a crash. Sadly, in most instances, the insurance company will deny part or all of your claim and will generally offer much less than you believe you deserve. If your car accident case involves a serious spinal cord injury, it is a good idea to have a car accident attorney evaluate your claim. This will help you get a better understanding of the facts and the law that applies to your case. The car accident attorneys at Suarez & Montero have a solid understanding of the significant issues that may apply to motor vehicle accident claims and will allow you to level the playing field with an auto insurance company as it pertains to your car accident claim. If personal injury law or car accident claims are new to you, there is an awful lot you will want to know about the subject before you jump in and file a personal injury lawsuit or file a car accident claim. Even if you are one of the lucky people who have not been involved in an accident, you may still want to know more about the ins and outs of car accident claims. Our attorneys are ready to provide proven legal representation in pursuing your claim and stand ready to protect your rights. We are available 24/7 to give you a free, no risk case consultation.

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