Austin Back and Spinal Cord Injury Lawyers
At the McMinn Law Firm, our lawyers help people whose lives have been changed by a back or spinal cord injury. The consequences of such an injury are usually immediately evident. The individual may be totally paralyzed, or quadriplegic. If the injury was to another part of the spine, the paralysis may be more limited. Other types of back injuries can cause agonizing pain and disability, requiring the injured person to stop working and undergo multiple surgeries in an effort to relieve the pain.
If you or someone you love has suffered paralysis, paraplegia, quadriplegia, or another serious back injury, we can help. Contact the McMinn Law Firm for a free consultation.
Getting the compensation and care you need after a spinal cord injury
We help people with a back or spinal cord injury try to obtain compensation that allows them to get the treatment they deserve. If the accident that caused the injury was the result of negligence or misconduct by another, we can file a claim on their behalf.
Such catastrophic injuries usually result from serious accidents, such as:
- Trucking accidents
- Car accidents
- Construction accidents
- Maritime accidents
- Industrial accidents
- Railroad accidents
- Defective and dangerous products
Spinal cord injuries require extensive resources
Whatever the cause of the back or spinal cord injury, the effects are usually lifelong. These types of injuries require expensive durable medical equipment, in-home nursing care, and constant medical monitoring, physician visits, and hospital stays. Few families have the resources to handle such costs. With the help of a dedicated attorney with the commitment and resources to help, people with a spinal cord injury can receive the legal assistance they need.
Free Initial Consultation — It Costs You Nothing to Talk With A Lawyer About Your Case
Contact the McMinn Law Firm for experienced legal service from our Austin, Texas, personal injury firm. Our lawyers offer professional and effective legal representation to the victims and families of serious injuries.