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If You Have Been Paralyzed Due to a West Virginia Car Accident

Did Your West Virginia Car Accident Cause You to Receive a Concussion?

Catastrophic, life-changing accidents take place every day across West Virginia due to the negligence of others. These accidents take place for a variety of reasons such as drivers who are not paying attention to the roadways, drunk driving, and those who choose to speed. Car accidents aren’t the only types of accidents to lead to devastating results – you might also receive serious injuries in motorcycle accidents, pedestrian accidents, truck accidents, and many other vehicle types. There are many types of injuries that result from these accidents such as broken bones and brain injuries. If you have been paralyzed in a car accident, you might find that there are many serious consequences.

Paralysis is one of the accidents that can leave the largest impact on your life. These types of injuries take place and cause you to be unable to move a part of your body. These injuries can be either temporary or permanent, causing lasting effects to those involved. You might have delayed signals to your brain, which means that areas of your body will not be able to receive signals. Injuries to the spinal cord that lead to somebody being paralyzed make it so that the brain cannot send or receive signals.

How Becoming Paralyzed Can Be Disabling 

If You Have Been Paralyzed Due to a West Virginia Car AccidentIf you are somebody who has received one of these serious injuries in an accident, you might be considered disabled for the rest of your life. Some people might experience becoming paralyzed on a temporary level and physical therapy or surgery can help them get back on track. Others will be permanently paralyzed, which could have an impact on the rest of your life and your ability to work and hold the relationships you once did. It can impact everything in your life from your future to the life you have built with your significant other. In car accidents, one of the most common types of paralysis is trauma to your spine. A heavy blow from another vehicle can cause this specific trauma. Of course, after you have been involved in an accident, this is another reason to seek medical attention.

In the event of a car accident, there is always a chance that you will receive blunt force trauma to your neck or spine. From there, you could be suddenly left with a permanent injury that takes a huge toll on your life. It is not uncommon for people will paralysis injuries to experience ongoing medical treatment, hospitalizations, personal assistance from others around their homes, out-of-pocket costs, lost wages from missed work, and many other damages.

Speaking to an Attorney 

If somebody else has caused your accident and you are now paralyzed with injuries that will follow you through life so that you cannot return to normal living, it is imperative to speak with an attorney as soon as possible. Negligent parties can be held fully liable for your damages and it is important that you never move forward on your own. If you have been overwhelmed on physical, emotional, and financial levels, it might be time to speak with an attorney. At Katz Kantor Stonestreet & Buckner, our experienced West Virginia car accident attorneys have experience in a wide variety of spinal cord injuries and are willing to stand by your side when you need us the most. Contact us to find out what we can do to help you in your time of need at 304-431-4050.

Katz, Kantor, Stonestreet & Buckner, PLLC is located in Princeton and Charleston, WV and serves clients in and around such cities as well as southern West Virginia including but not limited to the counties of Mercer, McDowell, Raleigh, Summers, Monroe, Kanawha and Wyoming.

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