Paraplegia, Quadriplegia And Tetraplegia

Certain types of blunt trauma and brain damage may cause a person to lose function or control of their limbs. Paraplegia (paralysis from the waist down) and quadriplegia (paralysis from the chest or neck down) are particularly tragic injuries because they change the way you approach the world and how they interact with other people dramatically.

Motor vehicle accidents are common causes of paralysis, especially motorcycle accidents, truck accidents, bicycle accidents and pedestrian accidents. Additionally, we handle personal injury cases for people who have been paralyzed because of slip-and-fall accidents, birth injuries and medical malpractice, brain damage due to drowning or oxygen deprivation, construction accidents, and other work injuries.

Serving The Disabled — Defending Your Rights To Full And Fair Compensation

If you have been paralyzed in an accident, the first priority once your medical condition is stable is to find a personal injury attorney who can establish culpability for the accident. This is necessary in order to obtain fair compensation for your injuries and past, present and future expenses relating to your injuries.

At McCoy & McCoy, we are experienced victims' advocates who have over five decades of firsthand knowledge of accident investigation, damages calculation, and negotiation and defense of injury cases. Thousands of injured parties and their families throughout Connecticut have relied on our guidance and legal abilities to help them recover compensation for their injuries.

You may be feeling overwhelmed, anxious, angry and unsure of what to do next. Your attorney at McCoy & McCoy will aim to collect maximum compensation for your paralysis. Financial stability will not only eliminate worries about medical costs and debt. It will also provide you with time to figure out next steps in life.

Allow us to help you secure your financial future. Please complete a free case evaluation form on our website, or call us at 860-856-9283 to speak with an attorney.