Spinal cord injuries often leave both the injured individuals and their loved ones in a state of shock and the future for those may be uncertain and frightening. We have helped people that have claimed up to £35,000 for moderate spinal cord injuries. The injuries are sudden and unexpected for the individual, but fortunately it is not common and most people have no experience with such a devastating personal injury.
Improvements in treatment and technology are helping many more injured victims to survive spinal cord injuries. Yet, most spinal cord injuries still cause lifelong disabilities and therefore the continued research is still critically needed.Is It Too Late To Make A Spinal Cord Injury Claim?
There are two types of spinal cord injuries; complete and partial. If a spinal cord injury is complete, there is no function below the point of injury. This means the patient will experience no sensation or voluntary movement from both sides of the body. A complete injury can result in the paralysis of the lower half of the body.
For partial injuries, a patient may be able to move one limb more than the other or be able to feel more with one side than the other. The level of incomplete injuries may vary from patient to patient, and can affect the body in many different ways.
If you are a victim of spinal cord injury then remember that as the long as the accident was not your fault you can make a claim. To find out more information or to get further information please contact us and you will be glad to know that we will help you get 100% compensation with an extra 1%* added on.Keep The Full 100% Compensation With No Deductions