Paralysis is a life-altering condition that affects every aspect of a person's life, from work to recreational activities. When paralysis occurs due to the negligence of another party, the injured person has the right to seek compensation for his or her injuries.
At Bordas & Bordas, we have significant experience helping people who have become paralyzed due to car accidents, work injuries, medical malpractice and other factors. We have been fighting for injury victims since 1985 and have a proven record of success.
Contact us today to discuss your case with an experienced West Virginia paralysis attorney. For your convenience, we have law offices in Wheeling or Moundsville, West Virginia, St. Clairsville, Ohio and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Paralysis and Personal Injury Claims
There are two major forms of paralysis: paraplegia and quadriplegia. Paraplegia refers to loss of feeling and mobility in the lower half of the body. Quadriplegia refers to paralysis of both arms and both legs.
Spinal cord injuries and brain injuries are common causes of paralysis. For paralysis victims, there are many changes. Their condition may keep them from working and earning a paycheck. They may require expensive adaptive equipment and adapted living arrangements.
In pursuing a personal injury claim, we must address all these needs. We work with experts in medicine, life care planning and other fields who help us assess the full impact paralysis will have on our clients' lives. Our lawyers are dedicated to helping our clients obtain the resources they need to pay their bills and lead fulfilling lives.
Our Personal Injury Attorneys
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- Jim Bordas
- Linda M. Bordas
- Scott S. Blass
- Jamie Bordas
- Geoffrey C. Brown
- Jason E. Causey
- Jeremy M. McGraw
- Christopher J. Regan
- James B. Stoneking
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Have you or a loved one suffered paralysis due to the carelessness or negligence of another? Contact us today to speak with a knowledgeable paralysis attorney. We offer free initial consultations and bill on a contingent fee basis — you won't have to pay us a thing unless we obtain results for you.