Jackson Mississippi Brain & Spinal Cord Injury Attorneys
Traumatic brain injuries and spinal cord injuries are often permanent and life-changing injuries. Such injuries are often devastating for the victim, as well as the victim’s family and friends. These injuries, whether involving permanent paralysis or not, are often caused by the fault and actions of another. Did someone breach a duty owed to you? Did a driver violate the rules of the road? Did a drunk or tired truck driver cause the accident? Did a defective drug or product have dire consequences? Contact your Jackson Mississippi Brain & Spinal Cord Injury Attorneys.
If any of the above are true, the attorneys at ‘Maggio Thompson, LLP are ready to provide aggressive and tireless representation. Our attorneys are prepared for the fight, big or small, for your interests.
Such significant and severe injuries can be caused by:
- Auto Accidents;
- Truck Accidents;
- Work related injuries;
- Slip and falls;
- Medical malpractice;
- Birth injury;
- Train injury;
- Defective drugs and products;
- Machinery failure.
The types of injuries can include:
- Spinal Fractures;
- Herniated Disc Injuries;
- Back and Neck Strains and Whiplash;
- Cervical Spine Injury;
- Lumbar Spine Injury;
- Thoracic Spine Injury;
- Vertebrae Injuries;
- Spinal Cord Injuries;
- Nerve Root Injuries;
- Sacrum Injuries;
- Bulging Discs.
Consequences of these injuries include:
1. Paraparesis: Partial paralysis of the lower extremities.
2. Paraplegia: Complete paralysis of the lower extremities and usually the lower trunk.
3. Quadriparesis: Partial paralysis of all four extremities.
4. Quadriplegia: Complete paralysis of all four extremities.
If you or someone you know has sustained a traumatic brain or spinal cord injury due to the negligence of another, it is imperative that you seek out a competent attorney to assist you with your claim. Please contact the injury lawyers of ‘Maggio Thompson, LLP for guidance in this difficult time.
Please call the 3s today – 601-300-3333.
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