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Determining how much compensation you will need after you have suffered a spinal cord injury depends on many different factors. Factors can include the type and severity of your injury, your age, and your prognosis for recovery.
If your life has been impacted by a spinal cord injury, you already know how different your life is going to be. Everyday tasks that you once took for granted, such as personal hygiene, shopping and household chores have taken on a whole new level of difficulty.
You may want to seek compensation if someone else is responsible for your spinal cord injury. Money will not make everything like it was before the injury, but it will certainly help as you adjust to your new lifestyle. Some things that you will need compensation for include;
Adaptions to your home, such as ramps, bath lifts, extensions, etc.
A special vehicle that you can drive/access easily
Private health care to insure you receive the best possible care in a timely manner
Pain and suffering
Out of pocket expenses, such as travel costs to and from doctors’ appointments
Rehabilitation and therapy to maximize your independence
Nursing home costs in a worst-case scenario
Spinal cord injury claims require an experienced Denver personal injury attorney who has expertise in this field, and a proven track record of getting clients the right amount of compensation for their injury.
There are many types of spinal cord injuries, each with varying degrees of severity, and all of them requiring specialized care. Your age, too, affects how much compensation you will need.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and The University of Alabama National Spinal Cord Injury Statistical Center, someone suffering from High Tetraplegia, one of the most severe cases of spinal cord injury, will require over $1 million in specialized care in the first year after suffering their injury. And they will need approximately $170,000 per year after that, totaling well over $4 million over the course of the average lifetime if someone were injured at age 25.
The same sources state that someone injured at age 25, suffering any level of incomplete motor function may require nearly $2 million over the course of an average lifespan.
If you or a loved one has suffered a spinal cord injury in Denver or anywhere in the State of Colorado, it is imperative that you consult the right spinal cord injury attorney to help you secure the correct amount of compensation that will allow you to live the rest of your life to the fullest.
Colorado Spinal Cord Injury Lawyers
Denver spinal cord injury lawyer John Fuller understands the complications that arise after a spinal cord injury. He has a proven track record of obtaining the maximum compensation for his clients after a devastating accident and will fight aggressively for you and your family. Discuss your case with personal injury attorney John R. Fuller now by scheduling a free initial consultation. Call (303) 597-4500.
According to USA today, there was a dispute over a basketball game that led to two men on board an elevated train to be shot. The dispute was between the Chicago Bulls and Philadelphia 76ers game. After the 76ers’ lost to the Bulls, a Bulls fan was quarreling with two younger males before he was shot. The shooting occurred when the man exited the train at 46th Street in West Philadelphia. The second man who was shot was a man that was trying to calm down the individuals who were fighting. Both men were taken to the hospital for minor wounds and are expected to make full recoveries. Police have not caught the suspects in question. The Bulls released an official statement about how they’re saddened to hear the news of the dispute and shooting.
Have you been injured by an another person’s violent behavior? Contact a Denver personal injury lawyer.
The Bureau of Justice reported that in 2010, about 1.8 million nonfatal violent victimization’s were committed by strangers. Violent victimization means anything from rape, sexual assault, robbery, aggravated assault, and simple assault. Violent crimes committed by strangers accounted for about 38% of all nonfatal violence in 2010. Simple assault accounted for 60% of crimes committed by strangers, followed by aggravated assault, robbery, and rape or sexual assault. From the years 2005 to 2010, 62% of violent crimes were committed in public places. Of those victimized by strangers about 22% of victims were injured, compared to 31% of victims who knew their offender. In 2010, only 10% of the violent crimes committed by strangers involved a gun. In 2010 victims between the ages of 19-24 years old were the most affected by violent crimes. Young adults between the ages 18 to 32 had the highest rate of violent victimization by strangers among all age groups every year since 1993. There is not a get disparity of crimes rates between races or persons based on their educational level. Anyone can be a victim of violence.
If you have been injured by a person’s negligent or violent behavior contact Denver personal injury lawyer John Fuller. A dedicated and experienced personal injury Lawyer can help you get the financial compensation you need to cover any medical bills. Also holding a person accountable for their behavior means bringing about justice. If your injuries kept you from going to work seeking compensation for missed wages is important. Don’t let someones behavior that caused you injuries go unaccounted for. An experienced personal injury lawyer can help make sure that your case has adequate evidence to prove the other person is financially liable for your pain and suffering. Call John Fuller for a free consultation at (303) 594 4500 today.