Paralysis Injury Attorney Serving Riverside
Injury Lawsuits for Paralysis
An injury lawsuit may be filed for paralysis, if another person's conduct caused this condition. Negligence, strict liability and intentional conduct are the three different grounds for a paralysis claim or lawsuit, in which the injured party would need to prove that the defendant (the person the victim is bringing a claim against) acted in one of these ways and was the cause of the victim's injuries. For example, negligence occurs when a person fails to act with proper caution or care in the circumstances and this causes injury to another person. Strict liability involves situations where the defendant is held accountable regardless of intent or a specific action, as often applies in defective product claims. Intentional wrongdoing implies a person who acts purposefully to cause injury to another.
If you believe you have grounds for a claim involving paralysis, a Riverside paralysis injury attorney at our law firm may be able to help. We offer a free case evaluation to talk about your specific case and how we can assist you.
Taking legal action after a catastrophic injury such as paralysis is of the utmost importance considering the exorbitant medical expenses and other financial issues the victim will have to address. Whether paralysis is localized to a single part of the body or affects a full region (paraplegia or quadriplegia) the victim may be unable to work in the same field, work at all or even perform day to day activities. The financial compensation awarded in a Riverside paralysis injury claim may make all the difference in the victim's ability to face a secure financial future and be free from these burdens.
Riverside Injury Lawyer
Make sure you schedule your consultation as soon as possible - it's never too early to involve a lawyer to help with your case. Contact a Riverside injury lawyer
at Pacific Attorney Group today.