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A Traumatic Brain Injury Lawyer at Moody Law Can Fight For Your Rights

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A spinal cord injury can easily cause permanent, irreparable damage that requires a victim to receive a lifetime of assistance. When a spinal cord injury is caused by the negligence of another party, victims and their families deserve full compensation.

If you or someone you love has suffered a catastrophic back injury, an experienced spinal cord injury lawyer at Moody Law serving Central Florida and Polk County, including Lakeland, Bartow, Winter Haven, and Haines City, can provide aggressive legal representation on your behalf. To schedule a free consultation with one of our attorneys, please contact our law firm today.

The Serious Nature of Spinal Cord Injuries

Depending upon the extent of damage sustained, spinal cord injuries can have varying symptoms that may or may not prove permanent. Some spinal trauma causes nerve damage that is temporary and eventually resolves fully. However, most victims will unfortunately suffer long-term, debilitating symptoms. The most serious spinal cord injuries result in paraplegia (loss of sensation and mobility in the lower half of the body) or quadriplegia, which is paralysis that extends from the neck down.

Virtually any type of spinal cord injury will require extensive medical treatment and may result in loss of productivity to some degree. Some victims require domestic assistance, advanced medical equipment, and even extensive home remodeling or a move to a new location. In many cases, the injury causes significant financial hardship for the victim and his or her family as the ability to earn income is lost or permanently altered. 

Spinal Cord Injury Cases

Motor vehicle accidents, including truck accidents and pedestrian accidents, are one of the most common causes of spinal cord injuries. Other common causes of spinal cord injuries include slip and fall accidents and undiagnosed diseases. When this type of life-altering injury is the direct result of an individual or business' negligence, the victim is entitled to financial compensation. Negligence can take the form of a careless driver, irresponsible property owner, or medical malpractice, among other examples. 

By consulting with medical experts and other professionals, we will seek to clearly demonstrate that your injury was the direct result of another party's negligent actions.

The skilled attorneys at Moody Law have a reputation for excellence in and out of the courtroom. Our firm has settled and litigated many high-profile personal injury cases, establishing an objective record of success that includes multi-million dollar recoveries. By consulting with medical experts and other professionals, we will seek to clearly demonstrate that your injury was the direct result of another party's negligent actions. We are skilled negotiators and aggressive litigators who remain dedicated to providing help for accident victims. As our client, you can be sure we will do everything possible to establish clear liability and fully demonstrate damages in your case. In spinal cord injury cases in Florida, victims may be entitled to compensation for pain and suffering, loss of earning capacity, medical care, and more. 

Traumatic Brain Injuries

The attorneys at Moody Law, located in Central Florida, understand how devastating catastrophic injuries are to individuals and their families. A traumatic brain injury often causes long-term, if not permanent, damage and can impair a person’s ability to be self-reliant. Our team has the experience needed to establish liability and represent you and your family, so just compensation for your loss can be achieved.

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The lawyers and staff members of Moody Law work diligently as a team to maximize the recovery for each individual client. If you or a member of your family has suffered a spinal cord injury, please get in touch with a member of our legal team today.

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575 N Broadway Ave
Bartow, FL 33830

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