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Back and Spinal Cord Injuries

Florida Back Injury Lawyer Representing the Victims with Injured Spinal Cords & More

If you have suffered a back injury in an accident, it is important that you speak with a personal injury attorney. A back injury can change your life forever, and the financial and non-financial costs can be devastating. At Searcy Denney, we have decades of experience representing accident victims with catastrophic back injuries, and you can contact us 24/7 to speak with a Florida spinal cord injury lawyer about your legal rights.

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Types of Back Injuries

We represent individuals who have suffered all types of back injuries in vehicle collisions and other accidents. This includes truck accidents, falls, and other traumatic events in which someone else is to blame. If you, your spouse or child or another loved one has been diagnosed with any of the following, our attorneys can make sure you receive the financial compensation you deserve:

  • Back sprain
  • Back strain
  • Full or partial paralysis
  • Nerve damage
  • Pinched or compressed nerve
  • Ruptured disc
  • Slipped or herniated disc
  • Spinal fracture

Florida Spinal Cord Injury Lawyer Explains Paralysis

Among all of the various potential effects of being involved in a serious accident, few consequences are more devastating than paralysis. Paralysis is a condition that results in immobility as a result of a back injury affecting the muscles and nerves in the spine.

Due to the anatomy of the spine, paralysis affects the muscles and nerves below the location of the injury. Thus, the higher on the spine the injury occurs, the greater the risk of full paralysis. This condition, known as quadriplegia (or tetraplegia), can affect the legs, arms, torso and neck, while paraplegia affects only the lower body.

In some cases, accident victims will experience complete paralysis, which results in total loss of motor and sensory function. In other cases, accident victims will experience incomplete paralysis, which results in some motor and sensory function being maintained. In addition to physical mobility and sensory inputs, paralysis can also result in:

  • Inability to regulate blood pressure
  • Incontinence
  • Respiratory dysfunction
  • Sexual dysfunction

Our Personal Injury Lawyer Understands How Your Life Changes After a Spinal Cord Injury

Like other types of catastrophic injuries, a spinal cord injury can change your life in the blink of an eye. Even if you do not suffer the extreme consequences of paralysis, a spinal cord injury can still lead to physical limitations, substantial medical expenses, time missed from work, chronic pain, emotional trauma, and loss of enjoyment of life. In order to ensure that you are able to cope with these consequences effectively, you will need to hire a lawyer to seek just compensation on your behalf, and at Searcy Denney we are prepared to do whatever it takes to help you recover your losses.

Contact a Florida Back Injury Lawyer Today

Have you or a loved one suffered a life-altering back injury in a traumatic accident? If so, our team of highly-experienced attorneys is here to help. To discuss your legal rights with a Florida spinal cord injury attorney in confidence, call us at 800-780-8607 or request a free initial consultation online today. 

Hear What Our Clients Have To Say

"Every question that I had was answered in mere minutes and the follow through that the staff, secretaries and attorneys had was superior. I have dealt with many, many firms that have all disappointed me and Searcy Denney was by far the most thorough - I highly recommend them!"
Posted By: Susan Baker