Sensory Loss Due To Spinal Cord Injuries

Helping You Overcome Challenges Due To Sensory Loss From Spinal Cord Injuries

A spinal cord injury will affect your life; often forever. In serious cases, such an injury leads to the loss of feeling in limbs or the entire body. This is called sensory loss, and can not only prevent one from walking, but also lead to the inability to sense heat, cold and pain.

Unfortunately, there exists countless causes of spinal cord injuries, including sports injuries, motor vehicle accidents, or falls at home or a workplace.

If you’ve suffered such a spinal cord injury, you need an experienced legal team on your side. of San Francisco has more than 30 years of experience working for clients with spinal cord injuries. We use our extensive knowledge and experience to advocate for our clients the best resolution possible, allowing victims to overcome hardship and tragedy.

Assertive Attorneys Seeking Your Best Result

Our law firm is passionate, understanding and zealous. We recognize the extreme challenges victims of spinal cord injuries face and work diligently for our clients to achieve the best result possible, whether that be through settlement or trial.

Sensory loss due to spinal cord injuries can lead to financial hardship for you and your family. Medical treatment, medical supplies, rehabilitation and home modifications for the wheelchair-bound are costly. So is the inability to work. Our knowledgeable and assertive attorneys will represent you to ensure you receive the financial compensation you deserve.

Contact A Knowledgeable And Assertive Law Firm Now

A spinal cord injury can lead to lifelong changes. Overcoming such an injury will be difficult. You deserve a knowledgeable and experienced legal ally. of San Francisco is a compassionate yet assertive law firm with more than 30 years of experience in catastrophic injury and wrongful death law. For a consultation, call our lawyers at or contact us online.

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