When Los Angeles spinal cord injury attorneys research a case, there is a lot of information that needs to be uncovered before the lawsuit can be filed. Much of this information revolves around the medical prognosis of the client and how the severity of his injuries will affect him throughout the rest of his life. Some common questions the lawyer will probably want to be answered involve:
In California, lawyers frequently see lumbar spine damage that was a result of motor vehicle collisions, fall accidents, and acts of violence. The lumbar spine, located in the lower back, can become sprained or fractured in one of these accidents, causing extreme discomfort and possible paralysis. In the case of paralysis, the patient will only lose motor and sensory function below the break. Nerve pathways above the break should continue to work normally.
Howard C. Kornberg is AV-rated* by Martindale-Hubbell, the highest rating given to attorneys for legal trial skills and ethical standards. He is a Top 100 Trial Lawyer in California and a member of the American Board of Trial Advocates.
Spinal cord attorneys have backgrounds in personal injury law, making them well versed in torts. In Southern California and in Inglewood, Howard C. Kornberg has been fighting on behalf of individuals who’ve experienced moderate-to-severe spinal cord damage. Depending on the severity of the condition, he fights to achieve the largest financial compensation the law allows. To arrange a free consultation with a premier Los Angeles personal injury law firm, call 310-997-0904 or send us an email now.
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