Paraplegia And Quadriplegia Workers’ Compensation Injuries

Paraplegia is typically defined as paralysis of the body from the waist down. Quadriplegia refers to the paralysis of the entire body from the neck down. Any type of brain, neck or spinal cord injury may leave an accident victim paralyzed.

If your work-related injury has resulted in paralysis, paraplegia or quadriplegia, contacting a Charleston workers’ compensation attorney will likely help you better manage your current and ongoing medical care.

Filing a Claim

Workers’ compensation claims involving paralysis, paraplegia or quadriplegia are extremely complex. There are a number of issues that need to be addressed to ensure that you receive the care and support you need. An experienced workers compensation attorney can help to ensure that your interests are protected and that all relevant issues regarding your case are fully considered.

A person experiencing paralysis, paraplegia or quadriplegia following a work-related accident can seek many types of workers’ compensation benefits, including medical benefits, temporary total disability (TTD) benefits, permanent partial disability (PPD) and disfigurement or “specific loss” benefits. In addition, you may be eligible for Social Security disability and other benefits.

These types of injuries require extensive and ongoing medical treatment. Working with an attorney can help you maximize the your benefits in these types of serious cases.

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