Fort Lauderdale Spinal Cord Injury Attorney

Helping victims of catastrophic spinal cord injuries

As an experienced Fort Lauderdale personal injury attorney, Joseph J. LoRusso has seen firsthand how a spinal cord injury can have a devastating effect on a victim’s life. Many spinal cord injury victims require extensive time in the hospital, assistance at home, a significant amount of medical equipment, and years of treatment while others never fully recover and instead suffer severe permanent disabilities.

If a spinal cord injury occurs because another party acted in a negligent manner, the injured victim deserves to hold the negligent party accountable for their actions. Victims deserve to receive full and fair compensation for all of their injury-related losses, including lost income, medical bills, pain and suffering, permanent disability, and more. If you have suffered a spinal cord injury and want information regarding your legal rights, call attorney Joseph J. LoRusso for help today.

Effects of a spinal cord injury

As mentioned above, the effects of a spinal cord injury can be devastating and can have substantial and long-lasting effects on a victim’s life. The symptoms an individual may experience after a spinal cord injury can vary widely and depends on the severity of the damage and the location of the injury on the spinal column. Incomplete spinal injuries can cause partial impairment of sensory functions and movement below the location of the injury. Complete injuries often cause complete paralysis and loss of sensation below the injury and victims of complete injuries are often left paraplegic1 or quadriplegic.2 As you can imagine, this type of impairment can keep a victim from ever working again or even living on their own.

Negligent acts leading to spinal cord injuries

Spinal cord injuries can happen in several different ways, many of which involve negligence or deliberate acts. The following are some examples of incidents that may lead to a spinal cord injury claim:

·       Motor vehicle accidents·       Bicycle accidents·       Pedestrian accidents·       Motorcycle accidents ·       Sports injuries·       Falls·       Violent assaults·       Workplace accidents

The first step in a spinal cord injury case is identifying any potential negligent parties. Such parties can be other individuals, companies, or even government entities. A qualified personal injury attorney can evaluate your case and can collect the evidence needed to prove negligence in court and hold the negligent party liable for all of your losses.

An experienced Fort Lauderdale spinal cord injury lawyer can help you

Anyone who has suffered a spinal cord injury in an accident should not delay in contacting an attorney to talk about a possible case. Florida has a strict time limit3 for filing this type of legal claim, so you should have a Ft. Lauderdale spinal cord injury attorney evaluate your situation as soon as possible.

South Florida attorney Joseph J. LoRusso has extensive experience assisting clients file successful spinal cord injury claims in Fort Lauderdale and its surrounding areas. Please feel free to fill out our online contact form or call (954) 715-3260 to schedule a free consultation today.




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