Paralysis Accident Attorney
- Paraplegia: When the mid to lower back area of the spinal cord is damaged, the resulting injury could lead to paralysis of the legs and requiring the need for a wheelchair. Most paraplegics will still have full function of their upper bodies, including their legs and torsos.
- Quadriplegia: When the spinal cord is damaged in the upper back or neck area, the resulting injury could lead to paralysis of the entire body, including the legs, arms, hands and fingers. In extreme cases, the ability to move your neck or head may be impaired as well.
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