Law Firm in Las Vegas Dedicated to Helping Spinal Cord Injury Victims
Spinal cord injuries change people’s lives in an instant. Often without warning, someone can sustain an injury to their spine that leaves them unable to walk or paralyzed. When such serious injury accidents occur in Las Vegas, injury victims and their families need to take immediate, aggressive legal action against the person or company responsible for such a catastrophic personal injury.
At Paul Padda Law, our Las Vegas spinal cord injury lawyers have been fighting for the rights of injury victims for decades. Former federal prosecutor Paul Padda knows exactly what’s at stake when someone faces a paralyzing back injury. The cost of such disabling conditions can skyrocket into the hundreds of thousands and millions of dollars. He knows how to take on such complex catastrophic injury cases to ensure clients get the results they deserve.
Call Paul Padda now. You’ll discover right away that we are passionate about helping people solve their problems.
Spinal cord injuries happen far too frequently. You are not alone with Paul Padda Law
Every year, an estimated 12,000 to 20,000 people sustain a spinal cord injury in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Spinal cord injuries often results in partial or complete paralysis. They can also result in a traumatic brain injury, which affects a person’s ability to think or function normally.
The causes of spinal cord injury can range from motorcycle accidents and truck wrecks to falls or pool accidents. In accidents involving spinal cord injury and paralysis injury, we typically consult with experts, including neuropsychologists, life care planners, rehabilitation experts and other specialists. By working with a team of top experts, we can build a strong case and maximize your compensation.
The average annual cost of a spinal cord injury ranges from $15,000 to $30,000 each year, according to the CDC. During a spinal cord injury victim’s lifetime, such an injury can cost $500,000 to $3 million depending on the severity of the injury, according to the CDC. Such an amount can be a serious financial burden on any family. That’s why it’s critical that you hold whoever caused your injury financially responsible. You didn’t do anything wrong. You shouldn’t have to suffer financially.