After A Spinal Cord Injury, Contact An Experienced Lawyer
At the office of Harper & Peterson, P.L.L.C., we bring years of experience to people in Minnesota, Wisconsin and throughout the country. We focus our practice on civil litigation: Both Bill Harper and Paul Peterson are board-certified* Civil Trial Specialists. In our decades in practice, we have tried hundreds of cases. We carefully select the cases we handle so that we can dedicate resources to getting the outcome you want.
In addition to helping you pursue monetary damages for your injury, we will assist you in finding and obtaining resources to improve your condition and help you move forward with your life. In recognition of our commitment to the best interests of our clients, the firm’s lawyers have been selected as Minnesota Attorneys of the Year, Super Lawyers and Rising Stars.
Minnesota And Wisconsin Attorneys Representing Victims Of Paralysis Injury
An injury to your spinal cord can have an impact on any area of your body, from your feet and legs to your hands and arms. Impingement of the nerves at any part of your spinal column can lead to numbness, loss of motor skill, burning sensations, loss of control or paralysis. Neurological injuries may not be readily apparent immediately after an injury. Some injuries can be progressive; what starts out as numbness or tingling caused by an impinged nerve can lead to the death of the nerve and permanent loss of sensation or motor skill.
In cases involving serious spinal cord injury, resulting in paralysis, there is no quick fix or short-term solution. You will likely face a lifetime of medical expense or personal care needs, from physical therapy and rehabilitation to in-home medical care. You will also incur the expense of retrofitting your home to address your needs. It becomes critical that you work with lawyers who understand these types of injuries, who have successfully helped others in similar situations.
Contact Our Twin Cities Personal Injury
We provide a confidential, no-cost consultation to every client. To set up a private meeting with an experienced Woodbury attorney to discuss your spinal cord injury, call our office 24/7 at 651-738-8539 (toll-free at 800-779-1466) or contact us online.