Assessing The Effects Of Motor Function Loss
Our motor function is our ability to physically perform tasks. Without control over your motor functions, everyday activities are no longer under your power. Working can be impossible and it can be very difficult to enjoy the life you once had.
At in San Francisco, California, we have represented clients suffering spinal cord injuries following an accident for more than 30 years. We have the experience necessary to represent you in your spinal cord injury case.
An accident resulting in a spinal cord injury and loss of motor functions can change your life. If you need an attorney to represent you, contact us at 415-421-7995 or toll-free at 866-399-3548 to discuss your case.
The loss of motor functions following an accident depends on the extent of the spinal cord injury and whether it was complete or incomplete. Damage to the cervical, thoracic, lumbar or sacral part of your spinal cord will have varying results. Similar to brain injuries, the location of the spinal cord injury will determine how groups of muscles, organs and various sensations will be affected.
At Abramson Smith Waldsmith LLP, we commit our resources to your case. That includes experienced and diligent attorneys working to build your case. Our resources also encompass securing the top experts in their respective fields. Each need that you have and every aspect of your life that has been changed must be addressed.
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