Springfield Spinal Cord Injury Attorney

A spinal cord injury could be life-changing for you or your loved one. Damage to the spine can affect the rest of the body, sometimes for life. Our personal injury attorneys understand how seriously this type of injury could impact your life.

At Wendt Law Firm P.C., our Springfield personal injury lawyers have years of experience helping clients who have suffered catastrophic injuries in Missouri. We may be able to help you go up against the individual or entity that caused your spinal cord injury in pursuit of fair compensation. Please contact our Springfield spinal cord injury lawyers for a free consultation about your case.

Why Choose Us?

  • Our spinal cord injury lawyers in Springfield have years of practice area experience.
  • We are committed to obtaining the best possible results for clients.
  • Samuel M. Wendt, our lead attorney, has received the honor of “Missouri and Kansas Super Lawyer” every year since 2008.
  • Our lawyers have the training and experience to take your claim to court, if necessary.
  • Our spinal cord injury attorneys take clients on a contingency fee basis.

Accidents That Cause Spinal Cord Injuries

The spinal cord is responsible for conveying messages from the brain to the body. Any damage to the spinal cord or its components could cause chronic pain, loss of sensation in the affected limbs, and/or paralysis. Many different types of accidents could cause life-long spinal cord injury.

No matter what type of incident caused you or a loved one’s spinal cord injury, consult with a Springfield spine injury lawyer from Wendt Law Firm P.C. about your legal options. We have experience going up against all types of defendants, including drivers, physicians, businesses, product manufacturers, property owners, and government entities.

Recoverable Expenses in a Spinal Cord Injury Case

Spinal cord injuries are some of the most expensive injuries for survivors in terms of medical care. A permanent spine injury may require lifelong medical treatments and therapies. Even a minor back injury could require thousands of dollars in checkups, treatments, and medications. A successful spinal cord injury claim in Missouri could result in compensation for many of your losses.

  • Medical expenses. Medical care for a spine injury survivor could mean surgeries, years of rehabilitation, speech therapy, physical therapy, medical devices, mobility-assistive devices, mental health counseling, home or vehicle modifications, live-in care, and medications.
  • Lost wages. You can seek recovery for the wages you lost while staying home from work because of medical care for your spine injury. If you had to give up your job permanently because of a disability, you could recover the amount of estimated lost future wages.
  • Pain and suffering. You could also be eligible to receive compensation for non-economic harm you experienced, including pain, suffering, grief, anguish, distress, trauma, humiliation, and lost quality of life. These damages can be extensive in permanent spinal cord injury claims.

A successful lawsuit may also lead to compensation for property damage repairs, lost quality of life, loss of consortium, attorney’s fees, punitive damages, and more. If your loved one died due to complications from a spinal cord injury, your family may also receive wrongful death damages, including compensation to pay for a funeral and burial.

Contact a Springfield Spinal Cord Injury Lawyer

If another party’s negligence or intent to harm gave you or a family member a serious spinal cord injury, the Springfield, Missouri spinal cord injury attorneys at Wendt Law Firm P.C. may be able to help. We can use our years of experience in personal injury law to help you build a strong claim to damages. One or more parties might owe you an award for your economic and non-economic losses.

Let us evaluate your case, accurately estimate its value, and help you demand the compensation you need today. Start with a free consultation.


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