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Philadelphia Paralysis Injury Lawyer

When a medical error results in full or partial paralysis, an entire family is devastated. If this has happened to you or a loved one, an experienced attorney may be able to help you recover compensation to meet the challenges ahead.

The lawyers at Soloff & Zervanos, P.C., handle cases of medical malpractice in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New York that result in serious injuries such as paralysis. We have offices in Philadelphia, Allentown, Reading, Lancaster, Cherry Hill, New Jersey and New York. To schedule a free consultation with one of our malpractice lawyers, please call 215-732-2260 or email the firm.

Was The Injury Preventable?

There are risks to any medical procedure, and no doctor can guarantee a positive outcome. However, if your doctor failed to meet the standard of care when performing your procedure, and you were injured as a result, you may be entitled to compensation. The following are examples of medical malpractice that can lead to paralysis:

  • Damaging the spinal cord or nerves when operating on a patient’s back
  • Failure to promptly treat a stroke
  • Failure to treat an infection, leading to damage of the spinal cord
  • Failure to diagnose and treat diseases such as Guillain-Barr√© syndrome

When a doctor makes a mistake, a patient’s life can be changed forever. If you have suffered a paralysis injury, you are likely to need significant medical care and assistance for the rest of your life. You may need extensive home modifications, special vehicles and adaptive devices. If you are unable to work, your family will need help paying bills.

Our goal as your attorneys is to make sure the money is there to help you obtain the best medical care and live as full a life as possible. Our law firm has recovered millions of dollars in compensation for our clients.

For More Information About Medical Malpractice And Paralysis

There is no cost or obligation to discuss your paralysis case with a lawyer at our firm. Please call 215-732-2260 today.