According to the Christopher Reeve Foundation, started by Superman actor Christopher Reeve and his wife Dana after he was paralyzed following a horseback riding accident, in the United States:

  • Approximately 5.4 million or 1 in 5 people are living with paralysis.
  • Stroke is the leading cause of paralysis (34%) with spinal cord injury (27%) and multiple sclerosis (19%) as the second and third leading causes.
  • Only 16% of people who suffer from paralysis are employed versus 63% who are not living with a disability.
  • Nearly 42% of individuals living with paralysis attest that they are unable to work.

Paralysis Affects Every Aspect of Your Life

Paralysis—the loss of muscle function and often, sensation in a part of your body. This is one of the most devastating human conditions. Often occurring as the result of a negligent act (e.g. car accident, spinal cord injury (SCI), traumatic brain injury (TBI) or sports injury). Paralysis can be an overwhelming, life-changing event. Not only is the paralyzed individual’s life forever changed, but the family is severely impacted as well. Every aspect of one’s life, from the ability to make a living, to interacting with others. And performing daily activities and routines is forever changed. If you’re facing issues, consult a paralysis injury attorney in Philadelphia for assistance.

Aggressive Advocates for Spinal Cord and Paralysis Injury Victims in Pennsylvania – VSCP LAW Will Fight for the Compensation You Deserve

If your loved one is suffering from paraplegia (paralysis of the lower half of the body) or quadriplegia (paralysis of the arms and legs). And their paralyzing injury event is only the beginning. Unfortunately, paralyzed individuals often face complications as a result of their condition. Meaning that medical costs have the potential to be both overwhelming and ongoing. Compound that with a potential loss of income, additional costs associated with remodeling a home to be more accessible. And the costs associated with specialized equipment and therapies. And it’s easy to see how a paralysis event can also be financially devastating.

That is why it is so important that you find the right paralysis attorneys to help fight your case. Ensure you get the proper compensation for your or your loved one’s injury. You are already dealing with all of the changes that a paralyzing event brings. Let the experienced lawyers at VSCP LAW handle your case. Get in touch with us today.

Your VSCP LAW attorney will personally handle your case from start to finish. We directly work with each of our clients to understand your unique situation. We get to know you and the ins and outs of your case so that we can best present it to the judge or jury. Helping them understand the full impact and ensuring we hold the responsible party accountable.

You deserve justice, and VSCP LAWyour dedicated paralysis injury attorney in Philadelphia, can help you get it. Contact us for a completely free consultation. The consultation is free, and there is never any cost to you unless we are able to obtain a monetary recovery.

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