Spinal Cord Injuries
Spinal cord injuries are very likely to affect a person for the rest of their life, to some degree. The effect depends on the severity and location of the injury. The pain and suffering might result in a lifetime of chronic back pain, limiting a person’s ability to earn an income and enjoy a good quality of life. Some spinal cord injuries can result in partial to total paralysis. In any event, a spinal cord injury will definitely have an effect on the rest of your life. If the injury came about as a result of the negligence or mistake of another, you need to make sure the settlement or judgment you receive will fully and completely cover all damages, medical costs (current and future) and offset the personal pain and suffering you and your loved ones will go through for the rest of your life.
An attorney entrusted with this responsibility cannot afford to make one single mistake. At Brian Caubarreaux & Associates, we take special care in making sure every nuance associated with spinal cord injury cases is done right. Our objective is to make sure the client is not just compensated for current and future medical expenses, we make sure they’re compensated for the damage inflicted on their lifestyle as well.
We’ll come to your home or to your hospital bed; you can come to our office or meet wherever you like. Whatever the venue, always consult with an attorney before making a commitment. Make sure you ask them what experience they have, if any, in slip and fall related cases. Also ask if the attorney feels you have a case, and make sure they give you the reasons for their answer. A reputable attorney should be honored by your interest in them and be willing to provide the initial consultation at no charge. We certainly do.
At Brian Caubarreaux & Associates we get to work immediately on investigating your case and preserving evidence while it is still fresh. We check and re-check all the facts, evidence, reports and other information for accuracy. We make sure every “t” is crossed and “i” is dotted.