Lake Charles Spinal Cord Injury Lawyers

The spinal cord is part of the nervous system, and like the brain, and unlike the rest of the body, it is often unable to regenerate healthy tissue. This inability means that victims of serious spinal cord injuries usually don’t recover.

A damaged spinal cord often results in paralysis. At its worst, spinal cord damage threatens autonomic functions, including use of the bladder and bowel, and even breathing.

Common Causes of Spinal Cord Damage

The most common cause of damage to the spinal cord damage is trauma, a violent blow. Spinal trauma is a common occurrence in:

Back injuries are among the most common, most painful and most expensive of all medical ailments. Because the back supports the entire body, a damaged spine can end many of the activities you enjoy doing and need to do to be self-sufficient.

When spinal injuries occur because of the negligence of others, you are entitled to compensation, which should include lost pay, diminished ability to earn a living, medical and rehabilitation expenses.

Fractured Vertebrae and Insurance Underpayment Claims

Have confidence in Cox, Cox, Filo, Camel & Wilson L.L.C. Our firm has helped many hundreds of victims with spinal injuries. We have experience with complex injuries, and the assistance of medical experts who can support your claim.

We listen, then strategize, then act on your behalf.

Over the years, we have won some of the highest awards in the state of Louisiana. We would love to do the same for you.

Contact Our Spinal Cord Injury Lawyers

If you are looking for a team of competent, experienced, Lake Charles spinal cord injury lawyers, look no further than Cox, Cox, Filo, Camel & Wilson. We have won hundreds of impressive judgments for area families over the years.

We invite you to contact our spinal cord injury lawyers at 337-240-9349 or toll free at 800-836-3702. Or describe your accident in an e-mail using this online form. We look forward to speaking with you. We take spinal cord injury and wrongful death cases on a contingency fee basis. That means we get paid only if you get paid. Call for a free initial consultation.