Spinal Cord Injuries
When An Accident Leads To A Spinal Cord Injury
Warwick & Newport, Rhode Island, Spinal Cord Injury Lawyer
When an accident leads to a spinal cord injury, working with an experienced attorney is critical in helping you get the resources necessary to move forward with your life. At the law firm of Vincent D. Morgera, Ltd., I use years of experience to successfully help personal injury victims take action through the legal justice system.
I take a hands-on approach to the cases I handle. This means that my clients can contact me easily with their questions and concerns. It also means that you can trust that an experienced attorney will investigate, analyze and evaluate the often complex medical and legal aspects of your case.
Effects Of A Spinal Cord Injury
Spinal cord injuries affect victims in different ways, depending on the nature of the injury. Complete spinal cord injury may cause the loss of sensation and movement below the site of the injury. Incomplete spinal cord injuries do not result in complete paralysis of the lower limbs, but they do affect movement and feeling.
Depending on where the spinal cord injury occurs, it can lead to loss of breathing capacity, muscle atrophy, loss of bladder and bowel control, sexual dysfunction and pressure ulcers (bedsores).
Personal injury victims who must overcome these obstacles to health need a great deal of help and support. At Vincent D. Morgera, Ltd., I am dedicated to providing this support — helping spinal cord injury victims hold negligent actors accountable for the harm caused.
Contact Vincent D. Morgera, Ltd.
For experienced advocacy and legal counsel regarding your medical malpractice, personal injury or admiralty and maritime law concerns, contact my law firm at 888-808-3664 (toll free) or 401-456-0300. You may schedule a free consultation at one of my two law office locations in Warwick or Newport, Rhode Island, or complete the online contact form.
Vincent D. Morgera is licensed to practice law in Rhode Island, Massachusetts and New York.