If you are paralyzed, you are living with the devastation of that injury.  You have lost some or all of your ability to move or feel below the level of your injury.  You may suffer from quadriplegia or paraplegia.

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Paralysis may result from a traumatic event, such as a car accident, motorcycle accident, bicycle accident, or work accident.  The onset of paralysis varies.  When the spinal cord is cut or severely crushed, a person is immediately paralyzed and loses feeling in the affected areas.  In other instances, a person may become paralyzed many hours after an accident.

Paralysis Attorney

You need the help of an experienced and compassionate lawyer.  David S. Brown has worked with those afflicted with paralysis for over 35 years.  He knows and understands the emotional and financial toll on you and your family.  He will fight to make sure you and your family get what you deserve.

If you’ve suffered a spinal cord injury, you need to know that you’ve got the best legal representation possible.  You need a lawyer committed to helping you and your family.  Call David S. Brown.  He understands your injury and he knows how to make sure you recover what you deserve.

Living With Paralysis

Many people who are confined to wheelchairs can still drive, swim, and live active lives.  But, being paralyzed requires major adjustments to daily living, because the muscles a person usually relies on to do certain things no longer work.  Transitioning to life with paralysis is difficult, and it is important to be surrounded with people who support you, people you can trust.  There is nothing more important to the attorneys of Brown, Brown & Brown than their clients.  If you suffered paralysis, Brown, Brown & Brown will work hard to help you get the resources you need.

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