Help For Patients Paralyzed By Medical Professionals

Paralysis is unquestionably one of the most debilitating injuries someone can sustain. It can be incredibly difficult to recover from and in many cases it's simply impossible.

In addition to general personal injuries, there are innumerable medical malpractice issues that can result in paralysis, making it one of the most complicated issues to litigate.

If you or a loved one has been injured and paralyzed, it's absolutely critical to seek an attorney who can work toward your long-term financial stability. At Adelman German, PLC, in Scottsdale, we invite you to meet with us in a free consultation to discuss how we can help. Call 602-635-1401.

In the case of nerve and spinal injuries, there are often a lifetime of associated medical needs. Victims of these injuries need to readjust their entire lifestyle, and sometimes continue life in a wheelchair. These transitions are incredibly different as they necessitate understanding who's going to take care of transportation to and from a residence, restructuring the house, learning a new skill/vocation if you are unable to fulfill the duties of your past employment, undertaking ongoing physical therapy sessions and paying bills.

Phoenix Paraplegia And Quadriplegia Attorney

Personal injury and medical malpractice cases are often expensive and time-consuming. Insurance companies, doctors and hospitals will fight tooth and nail in almost every case.

This doesn't matter to us. As lawyers, we've seen some of the most complicated personal injury and medical malpractice cases in Arizona and there's nothing for which we're not prepared. We are committed to compassionately helping the victims of these tragedies.

Of course we can't undo the damage in paralysis cases. But by making sure the responsible parties are held accountable and ensuring the best possible recovery, we know we can make a difference in the lives of individuals and their families.

To discuss any paralysis issue in a free initial consultation with one of our Scottsdale paralysis injury attorneys, call 602-635-1401 or e-mail us here.