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Partial / Permanent Paralysis

Experienced Personal Injury Attorneys Help Clients with Partial Permanent Paralysis

Strong advocates for the rights of the permanently injured in Kentucky

Partial paralysis results in the partial loss of function in parts of the body, which may improve over time or it may become permanent. An individual with partial paralysis will have some movement or function, but may also have limited sensation in the affected part. When partial paralysis becomes permanent it can have a devastating impact on the person’s ability to live their life in the way that they used to. It may force the individual to find a different line of work, or keep them from being able to work depending on the degree of injury.

At CPW Law, we know that when you have been injured because of someone else’s negligence or an act of medical malpractice, you will have many questions about how you might get compensation for your injuries and your losses. Our legal team puts our proven experience to work on behalf of victims of spinal cord injuries throughout Kentucky every day – and we want to help you, too.

Causes of partial paralysis

Partial paralysis is often caused by nerve damage to the spinal cord. Sometimes the damage is caused in an auto accident or a workplace accident; other times it might be the result of medical negligence. Some of the more common causes of never damage leading to partial paralysis include:

Consequences of partial paralysis

Partial paralysis after an injury can have a lasting impact in the life of the injured person. There will likely be tremendous, ongoing medical expenses and changes in the individual’s ability to work, which could mean diminished earning capacity. Their quality of life will be drastically altered, which can lead to depression and psychological implications. Mobility issues could leave a person unable to do all of the things that used to come naturally. All of these factors will have an emotional toll on the injured person and their loved ones. Fortunately, our civil justice system provides a recourse for those who have been injured by no fault of their own to seek justice from the responsible party in the form of compensation for their injuries and losses.

When you work with CPW Law, we bring more than 60 years of combined legal experience to the table. We are here to fight for your rights to fair compensation and we work diligently towards that goal. Our catastrophic injury attorneys have successfully represented paralysis victims throughout Kentucky, helping them to secure a brighter future for themselves and their families.

Our attorneys fight to get results for you and your loved ones who have been injured

The legal team at CPW Law is here to help our clients obtain compensation after they have been injured in an accident. We offer a no-obligation consultation which allows us to hear your story and offer our advice. Please fill out the contact form or give us a call at 877.686.8879 to schedule a consultation to discuss your case today. We maintain two office locations in Kentucky, but will visit clients unable to travel because of their medical conditions.

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