Columbus Paralysis Lawyers

Few injuries change a life as drastically as paralysis. Its can range from losing the ability to walk to losing the use of your arms to being unable to breathe on your own. Those who have suffered a paralyzing injury face a life that requires them to rely on the help of others.

While many are aware of paraplegia and quadriplegia, there are lesser known paralysis injuries, such as foot drop or incomplete paralysis. Foot drop is a type of spinal cord injury where the ability to control the foot has been diminished or lost, which causes the foot to drag. Incomplete paralysis is a paralyzing injury where not all sensation or control is lost in the affected area.

Adapting to the needs created by a paralyzing injury is a serious challenge. Securing the full compensation that you deserve may be the only way to meet those needs.

Protecting The Rights Of The Injured Since 1968

At Lamkin, Van Eman, Trimble & Dougherty, we are skilled litigators who are committed to helping our clients recover the compensation they need. Our attorneys bring together more than 100 years of combined experience that allows us to build the highly effective cases that our clients need. Attorney Kathy A. Dougherty has 15 years of experience working in various roles in hospitals and clinics. That invaluable experience helps us readily and accurately evaluate medical evidence.

Contact The Ohio Spinal Cord Injury Attorneys Of Lamkin, Van Eman, Trimble & Dougherty

When you or a loved one has suffered a spinal cord injury, you need to know that your attorneys offer you the best chance of securing the full compensation you deserve. Turn to the skilled and experienced personal injury attorneys of Lamkin, Van Eman, Trimble & Dougherty. To schedule a free initial consultation with one of our spinal cord injury attorneys, call 614-360-2706 or toll free at 866-856-0433, or simply contact us online.

We collect attorneys' fees only if we recover compensation for you.

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