Victims of Quadriplegia / Paralysis

Happy disabled six year old boy waiting on sidewalk in wheelchair. Child has cerebral palsyIn an instant, the life of an injured victim and his or her family changes. When the injury is permanent paralysis, the lives of individuals and families are changed forever. Relationships, career, finances, independence — every aspect of life is touched when a person loses total or partial mobility of all four limbs.

If you have quadriplegia as the result of a traumatic injury to the spine, you need an experienced attorney to help you obtain the compensation you deserve. Contact Keefe Law Firm to speak with a qualified, experienced and compassionate trial attorney.

Our New Jersey lawyers offer a free, no-obligation legal consultation in your accident case and are available to take your call 24 hours a day. Weekend and evening appointments are available. Se habla español.

Understanding the full impact of quadriplegia can be almost as devastating as the accident that caused it. It is not only the arms and legs that suffer. Actually, symptoms are more extensive and can include loss of bowel and bladder control, loss of sexual function and impaired breathing. Without adequate care, further complications can develop including infections, osteoporosis and pressure sores. Even in the mist of devestating cases the insurance company will work hard to prevent or minimize a recovery.

Victims of quadriplegia will require a lifetime of care. From needing assistance with daily activities, such as eating and bathing, to requiring specialized treatment, such as physical and respiratory therapy, the bills can quickly add up leaving the victim and his or her family to face enormous economic challenges.

There is hope for quadriplegia victims and their families: you may be eligible to receive compensation for your treatment expenses and loss. Call us to schedule a free consultation to discuss your situation. Should you choose our firm to represent you, we can offer a contingency representation where there will be no attorney fees unless you receive a financial recovery.

Committed to providing our clients with individualized attention while work toward compensation for your injuries, our firm is ready to serve you. With offices located in New Jersey’s Monmouth, Essex and Middlesex counties, we provide accessible legal services to our clients for their personal injury concerns.

For more information or to speak with an experienced New Jersey quadriplegia/paralysis injury victim lawyer, contact Keefe Law Firm.