Have you or someone you love experienced the physical pain and emotional anguish stemming from a spinal injury caused by a negligent third party?
If so, the firm of Shapiro | Delgado | Hofmann wants to say how deeply sorry we are that this circumstance has occurred to you. We are standing by, ready to fight on your behalf in a Florida civil court of law.
At Shapiro | Delgado | Hofmann, we have extensive experience in bringing personal injuries on behalf of Sarasota residents. With decades of combined experience in personal injury law, we fight for your right to be made whole again and for maximum damages in your spinal injury case
Get started working with Sarasota’s preferred personal injury law firm. Request your free, no-obligation case review from the firm of Shapiro | Delgado | Hofmann today.
During your initial conversation with our Sarasota spinal injury lawyer, we’ll go over the finer details of your case and give you our best recommendation on how to proceed in your spinal injury case.
Spinal injuries can occur due to a wide range of incidents but have a couple of different forms.
First is spinal cord injuries which amount to the damage done to the “tight bundle of cells and nerves that sends and receives signals from the brain to and from the rest of the body,” according to the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
Second is spinal column injuries, which is damage done to the vertebrae (the bones of your back) that protect the spinal cord. In both spinal injuries, high-impact trauma events can damage the spinal column and/or cord.
The spine is a vital component of the body’s nervous system; any damage can create serious consequences and complications. It’s important to seek medical attention if you suspect a spinal injury, as early intervention can often improve the outcome.
As a spinal cord injury could cause life-long disability, pain, and conditions such as paraplegia or quadriplegia, it’s vital to know when and how you can bring a case against a negligent third party.
Victims of someone else’s negligent action or inaction may receive a spinal cord injury from:
According to the National Spinal Cord Injury Statistical Center (NSCISC), there are 17,810 new spinal cord injuries each year, with 294,000 individuals living with this condition currently. If you or a loved one is a part of this number, our Sarasota spinal injury lawyer can work together to help you set things right.
If you have suffered a spinal injury due to someone else’s negligence, the personal injury attorneys at Shapiro | Delgado | Hofmann can help you get the compensation you deserve. We have successfully won over $100 million for our clients through settlements and verdicts over the course of our storied careers.
At Shapiro | Delgado | Hofmann, we provide experienced representation for individuals who have suffered spinal cord injuries due to someone else’s negligence. We fight for justice and fair compensation in your Sarasota spinal injury case.
Contact our Sarasota spinal injury lawyers today to learn more and to receive your free, no-obligation spinal injury case review.