Paralysis Attorney - Georgia Personal Injury Lawyer

Paralyzed man using a wheelchair to move around

A paralyzing injury can profoundly affect every aspect of your life, including your ability to earn a living, care for yourself, and do activities you love. If someone else is at fault for your injury, you can hold them responsible for the harm they caused you. Let our paralysis injury attorneys help. No amount of money can undo the pain and suffering you have experienced. However, the compensation you could get through a personal injury claim can cover your medical expenses, offset any income you’ve lost, and provide you with the financial security you need to live a full and rewarding life.

At Geiger Legal Group, LLC, we work hard to make it right. Let us help you demand justice, accountability, and compensation from the person who hurt you. Contact us today to speak with a compassionate paralysis lawyer at no cost or obligation.

How Common Are Paralysis Injuries?

Accidents that injure the brain, neck, or spinal cord often cause paralysis. Paralysis results if an injury prevents communication from the brain or keeps signals from reaching parts of the body. Partial or incomplete paralysis means a patient has some sensation or movement, while complete paralysis is a total loss of feeling and motor control. Paralysis may be temporary, intermittent, or permanent.

According to a recent study by the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation, nearly 1 in 50 people in the United States – over 5 million people – live with paralysis. While strokes, multiple sclerosis, and cerebral palsy make up the majority, just over 27 percent of cases are from spinal cord injuries. That means about 1.5 million Americans live with paralysis because of an accident.