Atlanta Spinal Cord Injury Attorney
Represent Your Rights with Ross Moore II, P.C.
Spinal cord injuries are largely caused by car accidents. They may also be caused by falls, acts of violence, sports accidents, and diseases. If a spinal cord injury is caused by the negligence of another, the victim may be eligible to pursue compensation from the liable parties.
Ross Moore II, P.C. can help the victims of spinal cord injuries and their loved ones pursue compensation that will care for their needs. If you or your loved one has experienced severe spinal cord injury, don’t hesitate to get in touch with a client-oriented firm to evaluate your legal options. In many cases, insurance companies will try to undervalue your claim and avoid paying you what you actually may be entitled to. It’s important that you have a skilled injury attorney by your side to advocate for your rights.
Contact our firm today for more information about your case in a free initial consultation.
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Complications Stemming from a Spinal Cord Injury
Should your case meet certain criteria, you may be eligible for substantial compensation. Spinal cord injuries often require significant therapy, treatment, and even medical equipment to improve the quality of life for the injured. If the injured is unable to work after the accident, expenses quickly become overwhelming.
Spinal cord injuries often lead to the following:
- Lost Control of Digestive Motor Skills
Whatever the cause of your injury, you should seek the representation of a skilled personal injury lawyer that can effectively communicate your needs and fight for just compensation on your behalf.
Call Our Atlanta Personal Injury Attorney for a Free Consult!
The goal of our firm is to help you obtain compensation that effectively cares for you or your loved one for as long as it is needed. An experienced Atlanta personal injury lawyer from Ross Moore II, P.C. can help you fight for justice in your case. If we don’t win, you don’t owe us a single fee.
Call (404) 491-8511 to learn more about your legal options!
We aren't afraid to go to trial if necessary.