Fresno Paralysis and Medical Malpractice Claims
Paralysis is a loss of sensation or control in parts of the body. For example, paraplegia is the paralysis of the lower extremities. Paralysis often occurs because the nerve cells in the spinal cord and other parts of the body have become damaged or severed, which interrupts the transfer of signals from the brain to the affected area. Since nerve cells do not regenerate in our bodies as readily as other tissues, paralysis is often permanent. Paralysis may be linked to
medical malpractice if the paralysis is due to a health care provider's negligence or failure to provide suitable care in keeping with standard medical practices. Some examples of medical malpractice-related paralysis may include:
How a Fresno Paralysis and Medical Malpractice Attorney Could Help
Since paralysis is often permanent, many patients who suffer from these injuries could require medical care for the rest of their lives. If you or someone you know has sustained paralyzing injuries as a result of negligence, the medical professionals who are responsible should be held accountable in court. The Pacific Attorney Group offers a free consultation and charges no upfront legal fees for representing clients in their malpractice claims. With over 35 years of combined legal experience, our team has the resources necessary to build a compelling case, and tirelessly arbitrate or litigate in trial on your behalf. We've already recovered millions of dollars in damages for our other clients, and we'd like to help you!
For your complimentary, no-obligation case evaluation, please contact the Pacific Attorney Group to speak with a qualified
Fresno paralysis lawyer