Schererville Spinal Cord Injury Lawyers
We Use Our Decades Of Experience To Your Advantage
Spinal cord injuries can cause intense chronic pain, muscle weakness, numbness and tingling, limited mobility, and loss of sensation in the affected areas. In severe cases, paraplegia, quadriplegia or even wrongful death may result. These injuries can be caused by medical malpractice, serious motor vehicle collisions or work-related accidents. Unfortunately, even a minor spinal cord injury can cause permanent disability.
At Ray Gupta & Associates, LLC, our experienced catastrophic injury attorneys understand the devastating nature of spinal cord injuries. The physical and emotional trauma is only exacerbated when the people involved in your medical treatment, car collision or work accident are unwilling or unable to provide you with answers about the true cause of your injury.
Our lawyers have decades of experience fighting to get answers and compensation for injured patients and their families so they are able to adapt to a new way of living and move forward with their lives. Rest assured — we know what we’re doing, and we can help you.
For a free consultation with a Schererville spinal cord injury attorney, please contact us today.
Vigorously Pursuing Justice And Compensation
It is possible for a mistake or other instance of medical negligence to cause a spinal cord injury. Some of the most common types of medical malpractice resulting in spinal injuries include:
- Surgical errors during procedures such as laminectomy, discectomy, and lumbar or cervical fusion
- Errors during injections into the spinal cord such as epidurals
- Failure to diagnose spinal cord disorders or injuries
- Anesthesia errors resulting in a lack of oxygen or other issues
The cost of living with a catastrophic spinal cord injury can be overwhelming. In serious spinal cord injury cases, Ray Gupta & Associates aggressively pursues compensation for medical bills, pain and suffering, lost wages, expenses for medical equipment, long-term care, and modifications to your home and vehicles.
Contact Our Indiana Paraplegia Injury Attorneys Today
To schedule a free consultation, please contact us today. Cases are taken on a contingency fee basis. You pay no fees unless we recover damages for you.
Located in Schererville, our law firm represents adults, children and families in Lake County, in Porter County and throughout Northwest Indiana.