Paralysis Medical Malpractice Lawyer in San Francisco
Paralysis Caused by Medical Malpractice
Paralysis, a partial or totally lost use of limbs or torso, is usually caused by spinal cord or brain injury and most often from severe impact to these areas. It can occur when there has been a delayed diagnosis of cervical spine injury, missed diagnosis of neck fractures and brain or spinal cord injury during surgery. When a person or a loved one experiences a sudden paralytic condition after an accident or medical treatment, the possibility of medical malpractice could be the cause of paralysis. In these cases a person should immediately seek the participation of a Medical Malpractice Lawyer in San Francisco to help establish the likely cause and its resulting complications to someone thus injured. Paralysis from such causes can vary from minor to severe, can lead to loss of ability to work or have such limited control of limbs or torso that constant care and assistance is needed in daily living. In these cases the cost of care can and often does extend through the lifetime of the injured person, an often overwhelming financial impact to the injured individual and his or her family.
Help From a Medical Malpractice Lawyer
An experienced and aggressive medical malpractice lawyer and its access to expert medical knowledge of paralysis, its specific causes in a given case is usually demanded if a person so injured is considering malpractice legal action. The team of Pacific Attorney Group has the experience, capability and success in investigating events surrounding sudden paralysis and can be very valuable to a person in understanding the facts surrounding a paralysis and in understanding whether a malpractice lawsuit is a practical or sound option. We have successfully advised such victims, provided access to medical expertise to find and make conditions understandable by victim and family and successfully represented those harmed in initial legal actions establishing malpractice liability. We have also helped impacted individuals and families prevent loss of benefit resulting from subsequent decisions by hospitals or insurance companies that the liability claims have been satisfied fully when they have not. When necessary, an ethical and responsible medical malpractice attorney persists through these post-event attempts and assures that a paralyzed person is not abandoned into personal or financial overwhelm.
Contact an effective Medical Malpractice Lawyer in San Francisco to help you through any medical procedure that resulted in paralysis.