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Spinal Cord Injuries

Spinal cord injuries and paralysis are common injuries sustained from car, truck, and motorcycle accidents. A spinal cord injury is damage to any part of the spinal cord or the nerves at the end of the spinal canal, and the manner in which the injury was sustained may result in needing the assistance of a spinal cord injury lawyer.

Injuries to the spinal cord often cause permanent changes to the strength and sensations below the site of the injury. The closer the spinal cord injury is to the brain, the more the body is affected. An individual’s ability to control their limbs after a spinal cord injury depends on where the injury takes place on the spinal cord and the severity of the injury.

If you or a loved one has a spinal cord injury as a result of the negligence of another person, a member of our Phoenix spinal cord injury lawyer division at Phillips Law Group can help you.

Contact our firm today to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation. We can review your claim and determine your legal options. All of our services are provided on a contingency fee basis, meaning you will not be charged any fees unless we help you recover adequate compensation.

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If you’ve been injured in an accident, it’s time to call an attorney. Studies show that the average insurance award with an attorney is 3 times higher than without. Call (602) 258-8888 to tell us your story and get a free case review.

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Insurance adjusters work for the insurance companies, and their priority is to make sure they pay as little as possible for the insurance claim. Talk to a lawyer before accepting an insurance offer to make sure you are getting a fair settlement.

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There’s no fee to start your case. At Phillips Law Group we work on a contingency basis. That means you don’t pay us anything unless we ultimately win your case.

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    Symptoms of Spinal Cord Injuries

    According to the Mayo Clinic, auto and motorcycle accidents are the leading cause of spinal cord injuries and account for almost half of new spinal cord injuries each year.

    If you have been involved in a car, truck, or motorcycle accident and suspect that someone has sustained a spinal cord injury, it’s important to recognize the symptoms.

    Delaying medical evaluation of the spinal cord can cause further damage.

    Symptoms of spinal cord injury after an accident include:

    • Weakness or paralysis in any part of the body
    • Extreme back pain or pressure in the head, back, or neck
    • Numbness or tingling in the hands, fingers, feet, or toes
    • Difficulty breathing
    • A twisted neck or back
    • Difficulty walking

    severe spinal injury is not always noticeable. Numbness and paralysis can be gradual as bleeding or swelling happens in or around the spinal cord injury.

    If you believe that someone has a back or neck injury:

    • Call 911
    • Do not move the injured person
    • Keep the person still
    • Place towels on both sides of the injured person’s neck, so the person can not move their neck
    • If necessary, provide basic first aid, keeping in mind to avoid moving the person’s neck

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    Diagnosis of Spinal Cord Injuries and Paralysis

    An individual with a perceived spinal cord injury will be taken to the emergency room. It is there that a physician will carefully evaluate the patient. The physician may test the function and movement of the injured person.

    Doctors will often have X-rays, CT scans, or an MRI completed for the patient before giving their diagnosis. A few days after the injury, when the swelling goes down, the doctor will examine the patient to determine the extent of the injury.

    Sadly, there is no cure for a spinal cord injury. There are, however, currently medications on the market that control pain and muscle spasticity.

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    Phoenix Spinal Cord Injury Lawyer

    If you or a loved one has been paralyzed or sustained a spinal cord injury, you may be entitled to compensation for your medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering.

    The Phoenix spinal cord injury lawyers at Phillips Law Group have represented numerous Arizona motor vehicle accident victims. The law firm has the experience and resources to handle spinal cord injury claims.

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    Complete or Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury

    The severity of spinal cord injury can be complete or incomplete.

      • Complete injury: The person has no feeling or movement below the spinal cord injury.

    • Incomplete injury: The person still has some feeling or movement below the injury site. There are different degrees of incomplete injuries.


    Paralysis can be broken down into two categories:

      • Paraplegia: Parts or all of the torso, legs, and pelvic organs are affected by the spinal cord injury.

      • Quadriplegia: The arms, hands, torso, legs, and pelvic organs are affected by the injury.

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