Spinal Cord Injury Lawyer In Atlanta

Unrelenting Representation For The Catastrophically Injured

Spinal cord injuries resulting from a serious accident can have an enormous impact on a victim and their family. An injury to the spine can make it
difficult for a person to lead a normal life, and often causes chronic pain and either partial or full disability. The emotional impact can be devastating, and the financial stress can be similarly difficult to handle.

Spinal cord injuries often result from the following types of accidents:

Pratt Clay LLC is committed to pursuing justice for those who have suffered a traumatic injury to the spinal cord. We know what it takes to effectively advocate for maximum compensation on your behalf so that you have the resources you need to pay your medical bills, rehabilitation bills, and other related expenses. This money can also be used to compensate you for your pain and suffering and emotional distress. Our Atlanta spinal cord injury lawyers have recovered more than $100 million for our injured clients, and we may be able to recover money for you, too.

Contact us today at 404-566-9460 to talk about your legal options after a spinal cord injury.

Why Choose Pratt Clay LLC?

  • Free consultations
  • Tens of millions of dollars recovered
  • We’ve litigated cases in 25 different states
  • AV Preeminent Rating from Martindale-Hubbell
  • Small firm attention with large firm results

Spinal Cord Injury May Cause Paralysis

The spinal cord is responsible for the transmission of nerve signals between the body and the brain. When the spinal cord is injured, this transmission
is interrupted, and the neurological trauma can result in permanent loss of function. Depending on the location of the injury and its severity, the result can be life-changing. A once able-bodied person may no longer be able walk, eat, or even breathe on their own, necessitating a lifetime of constant care.

In severe cases, spinal cord injury may lead to partial or complete paralysis. The most serious injuries can result in either paraplegia or quadriplegia. Paraplegia results in the loss of sensation of movement in the legs and trunk, while quadriplegia leaves the victim with partial or full paralysis from the neck down.

Let Us Help You Obtain Justice

If you have suffered a spinal cord injury in an accident caused by another person’s negligence, you have a right to take legal action. An Atlanta spinal cord injury attorney at Pratt Clay LLC is prepared to review your case and determine the best course of action for your particular situation. You have suffered enough injustice – let us fight for the money you need to cover your losses, both now and in the future.

Schedule a free consultation with an Atlanta spinal cord injury attorney today.

Recommended Reading:

What is the Difference Between a Catastrophic Injury and Personal Injury?

Georgia’s Statute of Limitations for Personal Injury Cases

Important Information for Victims of Serious Injury