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Fighting For You After A Spinal Injury Or Paralysis

The spinal cord runs from the base of the brain at the back of the neck, down the spine to the waist. The purpose of the spinal cord is to carry messages from the brain to the rest of the body.

A spine injury can be caused by a sudden blow to your back that damages your vertebrae. Spine injuries are common results of car accidents and serious falls. Spine injuries include bulging discs, herniated discs and back strain, as well as more serious injuries like temporary or permanent paralysis.

A personal injury claim on behalf of an accident survivor who is paralyzed or has another type of spine injury is medically complex and may come under attack from the insurance company. The insurance company may argue that no proof exists that the accident caused the damage to spinal cord. To give yourself the best chance of maximizing your insurance settlement after a serious spine injury, it is important to work with an experienced personal injury attorney who will take the time your case deserves.

We Have The Capacity And Experience To Take On Your Case

The Massachusetts law firm of Connell & Foresta, with offices in Andover and Newton, is a personal injury law office where every client is uniquely important. Our clients get practical advice from an experienced personal injury lawyer who takes the time to answer all questions and get the information necessary to negotiate firmly on our clients’ behalf.

We understand that our clients have immediate financial worries after a serious accident. That is why our first priority is helping our clients with immediate financial assistance while we build the case for a long-term settlement.

We encourage you to make an appointment to learn more about Connell & Foresta and how we can help. Contact us online or call 978-794-7900 to schedule a free initial consultation. You will pay no legal fees unless we recover compensation for you.