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You can make a claim after a spinal injury

Spinal cord injuries are life-changing, even if they don't result in permanent paralysis. When you think of spinal injuries, you might assume that a person has lost the ability to walk or use their arms. What you don't often consider is how the internal organs and other body parts can be impacted by spinal cord dysfunction.

Secondary injuries can lead to further damage to the spinal cord

Spinal cord injuries are life changing. They can take a strong, agile athlete and leave them wheelchair-bound in seconds. They can take any healthy victim and for them to rely on the help of others just to get dressed in the morning.

Get the right compensation for your spinal cord injury

Spinal cord injuries vary significantly, so it can be difficult to say how you'll recover once you suffer from one. What you do need to know is that those who cause injuries of a catastrophic nature can be held liable for doing so. People must take responsibility for the injuries they cause to others, even if they were unintentional.

Spinal injuries: Identifying the extent of the injury's essential

Spinal cord injuries can vary. Although people often think of spinal injuries as those that cause paralysis, the reality is that no two injuries are exactly alike. Someone who has suffered a blow to their spinal column and damage to the spinal cord might have paralysis from that point down, or they may have only a touch of feeling. Some people will have nerve pain, and others will feel everything but also have weakness.

How a spinal cord injury can impact your body clock

A spinal cord injury (SCI) is a serious blow to the human body -- impacting far more than the area directly affected by the injury. It's not unusual for SCI victims to experience suppressed immunity, hormonal changes, body temperature abnormalities and more.

What home modifications will you need after a spinal cord injury?

If you or a loved one has suffered a spinal cord injury that has caused some degree of paralysis, you'll likely have to make some modifications inside and outside your home. The good news is that these are easier to have done than they once were.

What is the prognosis for Georgia spinal cord injury victims?

One of the most pressing issues those suffering from spinal cord injuries face is wondering if and when they will recover. Unfortunately, far too many factors affect the prognosis of these victims in Georgia and elsewhere, making it impossible to provide them with the answers they want.

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