Seek Legal Help For A Spinal Cord Injury Or Paralysis
Have you or a family member suffered a spinal cord injury because of an act of negligence? Do you need an attorney who knows how to build cases with the strength to get compensation for health care costs that may last a lifetime? Look no further than the attorneys at The Law Offices of Bailey & Burke.
We have been representing spinal cord injury victims in Massachusetts since 1971. We have a success rate of 99.6 percent in these and other personal injury cases, which is the direct result of our willingness to fight to get our clients the compensation they need.
We work on a contingency basis so there is no cost to you until we get compensation for you. Our fees are based on a reasonable percentage of that compensation. Contact The Law Offices of Bailey & Burke today for a free consultation.
Victims of spinal cord injuries often face a lifetime of medical problems. Even spinal cord injuries that are relatively minor, such as herniated discs, can require numerous surgeries and still leave the victim with years of pain. Victims of paralysis injury in the form of paraplegia or quadriplegia need to get compensation sufficient to cover years of medical costs, from doctor visits to replacement wheelchairs. We are committed to seeing that our clients get the best possible treatment and the necessary compensation.
We handle spine injuries that result from:
- Motor vehicle accidents
- Medical malpractice
- Construction accidents
- Scaffolding, roof and ladder accidents
- Heavy equipment accidents
- Premise liability
- Slip-and-fall accidents
- Products liability
- Dog bites
- Sports-related injuries
- Workplace accidents
To strengthen our case, we will often bring in experts. One of the most critical experts we turn to in life-changing spinal cord injury cases are life care planners. These are specialists who understand the long-term needs that will result from a spinal cord injury. They allow us to be certain that the compensation we request will be sufficient to cover the costs of those needs.