Knoxville Personal Injury Attorney
At the Law Office of Joshua S. Reed, we are dedicated to the well-being and fair treatment of our clients. When we take on a spinal cord injury case, we put ourselves into overdrive, knowing that your entire future, your health, and your family’s financial stability are on the line. If you are faced with debilitation and disability due to a spinal cord injury you did not cause, allow our Knoxville catastrophic injury lawyer, Mr. Joshua S. Reed, to represent you.
In addition to priding ourselves on our tenacity in court and history of positive case results, we are also honored by our clients’ positive testimonials. To keep you in the loop and comfortable with everything that is going on in your case, Attorney Reed will work directly with you and will not pass along your concerns to a paralegal or associate. We believe this one-on-one experience has been a big part of our success in these past 15 years of legal service.
Spinal cord injuries are common in accidents involving:
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Consequences of Spinal Cord Injuries
If you suffer any amount of damage to your spinal cord, it could cause immediate and permanent disability. The spinal cord does not naturally heal itself as fast as other body parts and, in many cases, it will not be able to heal at all. Any consequences you experience may be a burden for the rest of your life.
If you suffer a back or spine injury, you may experience:
- Difficulty sitting without pain
- Sleeplessness due to chronic soreness
- Balance issues
- Paralysis (total or partial)
When you file a personal injury claim, you will need to make certain that it accounts for your damages and expenses, both what you already accrued and what you could need to pay years from now. We are thorough when we review medical files to ensure the compensation you receive will take care of you, no matter how long the spine injury lasts.
Always Seek Medical Attention
If you have been in an accident and feel any sort of pain in your back or neck, you should see a trusted physician right away. Many spinal cord injuries begin as subtle pains or soreness but develop into much worse conditions if not treated or diagnosed. Remember that any medical records you get during a checkup can be used in your injury case so keep copies of them for yourself.
Symptoms that could be indicative of a spinal cord injury could include:
- Pain when lying on your side
- Cannot move shoulders without aches
- Frequent headaches
- Persistent cracking noises when moving back
Don’t Take a Chance with Your Health
Putting off your lawsuit may be akin to gambling with your own health. Tennessee statutes of limitations on personal injury cases will also prevent you from seeking any sort of compensation if too much time goes by. With our completely free case evaluations, you have no reason to not at least look into what it takes to file a claim. Call to connect with our Knoxville personal injury attorney.