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Miami Spinal Cord Injury Lawyer

Spinal cord injuries make feeling, moving around, and controlling the body difficult. These life-changing injuries can occur when a serious fall or car accident, such as a rear-end collision, compresses or severs the spinal cord. They also can occur if a doctor is not careful and damages the spinal cord during back surgery. Often, these injuries result in paraplegia or quadriplegia, leaving the victim permanently unable to move.

Spinal injury victims often have high medical bills and other losses that add up while recovering from an accident. If someone else’s negligence caused these injuries, they should not pay one dime – the negligent party should. If you or a loved one is in this situation, we can seek damages from the liable party on your behalf.

The Miami spinal cord injury lawyers at Freidin Brown, P.A. have been achieving verdicts and settlements for sufferers of back and spinal cord injuries for over 45 years. We know this community and are proud to help residents resolve legal matters that are important to them. Contact us today at (888) 677-7764.

Freidin & Brown Delivers Quality & Professional Legal Representation for Miami-Area Clients

If you hire Freidin Brown, P.A. to handle your spinal cord injury case, you will receive quality representation from a dedicated catastrophic injury lawyer. We use sophisticated litigation techniques and rely on the testimony of expert witnesses to support your case. These techniques and resources, combined with our many years of litigation experience, can help us as we pursue a favorable settlement in your case.

Our firm is widely known and respected throughout the Miami community and South Florida for our personal injury representation. We have won outstanding awards and settlements throughout our careers.

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We Can Hold the Liable Party Accountable for Your Injuries at No Upfront Cost

We handle spinal cord injury claims on a contingent fee basis. This means you do not pay lawyer fees or litigation costs unless we make a recovery for you. At no upfront cost to you, our firm provides access to:

  • A Miami-based law firm that has won 20-plus verdicts in excess of $1 million
  • Carefully selected attorneys who have 100 years of combined law experience
  • Board-certified civil trial attorneys who can seek recovery in court
  • Trial-tested attorneys who have tried 300 cases in front of a jury, including cases that involve personal injury and medical negligence issues

Our small firm offers big advantages, including a legal team that genuinely cares about you and your family, invests in your recovery, and ensures your case gets the attention it deserves. We look at each case on its own merits and develop a legal strategy that makes sense.

We have recovered millions for our clients and have served thousandsof clients, including a $15,500,000 jury verdict against a hospital and doctors who failed to promptly and properly treat the spinal condition of our client, who later became paralyzed from the waist down.

How Our Miami Spinal Cord Injury Attorneys Can Help Your Case

At Freidin & Brown, P.A., our clients are like family. When you become our client, our spinal cord injury lawyer will take care of your Miami catastrophic injury case from beginning to end and:

  • Talk with you to hear your story and determine a strategy to recover compensation in your case
  • Protect your rights and interests as we represent you in all proceedings
  • Thoroughly investigate what caused spinal cord damage to determine what happened
  • Identify all potentially liable parties that could owe you compensation and prove their negligence
  • Collect case-supporting evidence that establishes your injury case (medical records, doctor’s notes, witness testimony, expert witness testimony, accident reports, police reports, photos, video footage)
  • Consult professionals who can determine the severity of your injury and how it will affect your life (e.g., economists, life care planners, neurologists)
  • Review and document your economic and non-economic damages and assess your case’s value
  • Manage negotiations for maximum compensation
  • Fight for your recovery at trial if we can’t settle your case outside court
  • Handle your case’s legal paperwork and ensure you meet all deadlines
  • Answer your questions, explain all applicable laws, and regularly update you on your case’s status

Recoverable Damages in a Miami Spinal Cord Injury Case

Freidin Brown, P.A.’s personal injury attorneys have extensive experience in auto accident and medical malpractice litigation. We have successfully represented clients in cases involving:

  • Spinal cord impingement
  • Cauda equina syndrome
  • Transverse Myelitis
  • Nerve root impingement
  • Herniated discs
  • Other back and spinal cord injuries

People who sustain spinal cord injuries will probably require long-term medical care. They may need job training if they can no longer work at their current position. We are committed to seeking maximum compensation on our clients’ behalf to help recover monetary damages for all related economic and non-economic expenses, including the following:

Medical expenses

No two spinal cord injury cases are the same, as people with spinal cord damage face various outcomes. However, in most cases, they require emergency care, hospital stays, surgeries, inpatient rehabilitation, and continued therapy and support. The costs of these medical procedures and services can add up quickly, leaving patients and their families with high bills they cannot pay.

Expenses can also include the costs of any assistive equipment or mobility devices patients need to manage spinal injuries. Equipment can include a wheelchair, stairlift, cane, or crutches. The costs of home modifications to help you move around are also recoverable.

Lost Income

If you or a loved one is recovering from a spinal cord injury, you may not be able to work or work full time, which could result in losing income. An inability to work could be temporary or permanent, affecting your ability to pay bills or cover your accident-related expenses. In either scenario, our attorney could seek compensation for lost income and future lost earning ability.

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Pain and Suffering

This category of damages includes losses that are difficult to quantify because they have no fixed dollar value. Our attorneys will assess their value and add them to your claim or lawsuit. These damages not only cover physical discomfort but also:

  • Impaired quality of life
  • Mental anguish
  • Emotional distress
  • Scarring and disfigurement
  • Disability
  • Loss of companionship
  • Loss of enjoyment of life

Our Miami spinal cord injury lawyers will identify all recoverable damages for you and pursue them from the liable party. We can also pursue the costs of any therapy or counseling you may require as you manage your injury, property damage from the related accident, and other costs.

Wrongful Death Damages

If your loved one suffered spinal cord injuries that someone else caused and those injuries led to their death, you might be able to recover damages with a wrongful death lawsuit, including funeral and burial costs, funeral expenses, lost income from the date of injury, and medical costs incurred until the decedent’s death. Our attorney can help you navigate this process if you are eligible under state law.

How Long Do I Have to Pursue a Miami Spinal Injury Case?

We urge you to contact us as soon as possible about your options for filing an injury lawsuit. Florida law generally allows two years from the accident or injury date to file for damages (Florida Statutes § 95.11(3)(a)). If you are filing a wrongful death case, you generally have two years from the decedent’s death date to sue.

Your case deadline may be different if your spinal cord injury involves medical malpractice or hospital negligence. Your filing deadline is two years from the incident date, but exceptions could apply to your case. We will let you know what those are and explain how they could affect your case’s outcome.

Call Freidin Brown, P.A. Today About a Miami Spinal Cord Injury

If you or a family member is living with a spinal cord injury because of someone else’s negligence, you have the right to hold them accountable for financial compensation. A Miami spinal cord injury lawyer from Freidin Brown, P.A. can build your compensation case as you focus on your recovery. We will take care of your case while you rest and focus on your health and well-being.

Reach out to our Miami team today for your free consultation. We can review your situation and discuss your next steps when you call: (888) 677-7764.

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