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Wisconsin Total Paralysis Lawyers

Your body’s control system consists of the brain and the many nerves that run throughout your body, including the spinal cord. Your spine not only gives you structural support but also serves to protect the bundle of nerves that make up the spinal cord. If something pierces or breaks your spine, it can have devastating effects on your spinal cord.

Should the spinal cord suffer from injury high in the backbone, it can result in total paralysis. Sadly, people who suffer from quadriplegia are often unable to live independently. If you are now completely paralyzed due to another person’s negligence, you may be entitled to financial compensation to help you with your pain and suffering as well as medical bills and lost wages. To discuss the facts of your case, contact a Wisconsin total paralysis lawyer from Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ®, today at 800-242-2874.

Causes of Quadriplegia

Your backbone is made up of many different pieces, called vertebrae, which allows your spine to be flexible as well as strong. However, even the spine has its limits. If the spine is bent the wrong way and broken, it can also tear the delicate nerves housed in the backbone. On the other hand, if a sharp object slides between the edges of the vertebrae, tearing into the nerves inside, this can also sever the important neuronal connections.

Quadriplegia, or paralysis of all four limbs, occurs when the upper portion of the spine suffers from damage. In general, any area below the site of the damage is adversely affected. Thus, total paralysis often results from injury to the neck vertebrae and spinal cord.

Treating Total Paralysis

Because doctors do not yet know how to reconnect nerves and nerve endings, complete paralysis is typically permanent. Some patients may choose to undergo:

  • Reconstruction
  • Physical therapy
  • Occupational therapy
  • Surgery

However, none of these treatment options guarantees a successful recovery. Tragically, in most cases, complete recovery is all but impossible.

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Total paralysis is a catastrophic injury which can disrupt every aspect of a person’s life. If your quadriplegia is the result of another party’s recklessness, such as a drunk driver, you should not let this terrible act of negligence go unpunished. To fight back, contact an experienced Wisconsin total paralysis attorney from Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ®, at 800-242-2874 today.

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