Brampton Paralysis And Traumatic Brain Injury Lawyer
Suffering from paralysis or a traumatic brain injury after an accident can be devastating and disorienting. Quadriplegia, paraplegia, and hemiplegia are forms of paralysis that may negatively affect your ability to live independently. While paralysis and brain injuries can result from disease or medical complications, these conditions often occur as a result of traumatic accidents. Traumatic brain injuries can cause paralysis and limited motor and cognitive abilities.
Paralysis and traumatic brain injuries are some of the most expensive and overwhelming conditions to treat. In many cases, the injured person needs significant medical care, physical therapy, or home health aides who assist in daily activities. If paralysis or a traumatic brain injury is preventing you from working, you are likely worried about providing for yourself and your family.
Brampton Traumatic Brain Injury and Paralysis Personal Injury Lawyers
If you have been paralyzed or suffered a traumatic brain injury resulting from an accident, the personal injury lawyers at Preszler Injury Lawyers are here to help. For over 60 years, our lawyers have helped clients receive compensation from Ontario personal injury claims. If you are interested in working with skilled and compassionate traumatic brain injury lawyers, contact us today to set up your free initial consultation. We have offices located throughout Ontario.
What Causes Paralysis?
A spinal cord injury can cause paralysis. Damage to any part of the spinal cord can cause permanent changes in function, strength, and sensation in the body. The severity of a person’s paralysis is either complete or incomplete. Complete paralysis occurs when a person loses all feeling and ability to control movement below the area of the spinal cord injury. Incomplete paralysis occurs when a person has some sensory function or feeling below the affected area of the spinal cord injury. The location of your spinal cord injury will determine which area of your body is affected.
- Tetraplegia or quadriplegia indicates that a person’s legs, trunk, hands, arms, and pelvic organs are all impaired due to a spinal cord injury
- Paraplegia suggests that all or part of the chest, legs, and pelvic organs are affected by the spinal cord injury.
A traumatic spinal cord injury often occurs when the spine suffers a severe blow. When the blow crushes, compresses, fractures, or dislocates one of the spinal vertebrates, ligaments, or the spinal cord itself, injuries result. While disease and medical conditions can cause paralysis, typically, paralysis is often caused by accidents that damage the spinal cord, such as:
- Motor vehicle accidents
- Gunshot injury
- Knife wound
- Truck accidents
- Bicycle accidents
- Sports injuries
- Train and subway accidents
- Workplace accidents
- Pedestrian accidents
- Swimming and diving accidents
- Brain injuries
Symptoms and Health Challenges Related to Paralysis
It is difficult enough to engage in everyday tasks with limited motor function of some or all of your limbs. The ongoing symptoms of paralysis also create daily living challenges, such as:
- Loss of bowel or bladder control
- Changes in sexual function
- Loss of movement
- Inability to feel cold, heat, and touch
- Intense stinging or pain sensations caused by damaged nerve fibers
- Difficulty coughing, clearing secretions, or breathing
- Muscle spasms
- Extreme neck, head, and back pain
- Weakness or paralysis in one or all body parts
- Difficulty walking and balancing
- Impaired ability to breath
- Pneumonia resulting in reduced lung functions
- Frequent urinary tract infections
Traumatic Brain Injury Causes
Traumatic brain injuries can result in some of the same symptoms and challenges as paralysis. Traumatic brain injuries can cause paralysis. Traumatic brain injuries typically result from a violent blow to someone’s body or head. Or, an object can penetrate the skull and cause a traumatic brain injury. Severe traumatic brain injuries can cause brain bleeding, torn brain tissue, and bruising. In extremely severe cases, death or long-term disability can result from traumatic brain injuries. Car accidents, gunshot wounds, domestic violence, and workplace accidents can create the force necessary to cause a traumatic brain injury.
Symptoms and Challenges Related to Traumatic Brain Injuries
The degree and severity of traumatic brain injuries vary, and each individual will have a unique set of symptoms and challenges, such as:
- Coma or unconsciousness
- Profound confusion
- Unusual behavior such as agitation or combativeness
- Dilation of one or both pupils of the eyes
- Inability to go to sleep quickly or awaken from sleep
- Numbness or weakness of fingers and toes
- Clear fluids leak from the ears or nose
- Seizures or convulsions that occur temporarily or become permanent
- Poor coordination
- A headache that worsens or a persistent headache
- Memory problems
- Depression or anxiety
- Noticeable mood swings
- Sensitivity to sound or light
- Blurred vision
- Ringing in the ears
- Changes in taste or smell
- Fatigue or drowsiness
- Nausea or vomiting
Understanding Fair Compensation for Brampton Paralysis and Brain Injury Claims
At Preszler Injury Lawyers, we have decades of experience helping clients with their paralysis and brain injury claims. We understand the best ways to approach severe injury claims. Our paralysis and brain injury clients often require significant and costly medical care. The stress of being able to pay for a lifetime of care and our client’s limited or lost ability to work weighs heavily on their minds. Our compassionate lawyers fight for our clients to receive the financial assistance they need as well as compensation for their pain and suffering. Our goal is to advocate for our clients to obtain enough compensation to comfortably care for their family, especially when they have dependent children.
Our practice has fought for our client’s interests since 1959. We use our network of doctors and medical experts to make sure we have a comprehensive understanding of our client’s injuries. We want to determine the full extent of the hardships caused by our client’s paralysis or traumatic brain injury. If you are not able to commute to one of our Ontario law offices due to your injuries, we can come to you. Also, we know many of our clients are facing financial difficulties due to their injuries. For this reason, our clients do not pay unless we settle or win their claim. To schedule your free Brampton, Ontario, legal consultation, contact us today.