Texas Spinal Cord Injury Attorney ○ Back Injury Lawyer in San Antonio
A spinal cord injury or other serious accident injury resulting from a car crash or SUV rollover is not something that goes away---you may always be injured and suffer because of it. There are medical bills, rehabilitation, extra care, medical equipment—so much to pay for and you may also be out of work. It wasn't your fault—someone else's carelessness caused the wreck. It's only right that they should pay for your damages.
If you are in this situation, or if someone you care about and rely upon is, there are things you can do to begin the process of being reimbursed for your damages. First of all, you need to contact an experienced Texas spinal cord injury attorney who understands how to litigate spinal injury claims.
Every spinal cord injury is different. In order to take this kind of case to trial, your catastrophic injury attorney needs an understanding of musculoskeletal structures and the nervous system in order to determine the full extent of the injury. Here at Rush & Gransee, L.C., in San Antonio, TX, we have an on-staff attorney who is also a medical doctor. This gives us considerable insight into the medical determination of the cause and the extent of spinal cord injuries. We also have access to a battery of talented medical consultants and experts who can help determine how much you've been injured and can help make a jury understand what you've gone through.
As trial lawyers with over 40 years of combined experience, we will do everything we can to help you get the compensation that you need and deserve. Our law office will seek to bring all of the responsible parties to court, from the driver of the vehicle and their insurance company to the manufacturer of a faulty seatbelt to the highway planning department.
If you have suffered a spinal cord injury, call our toll-free number at (866) 321-1399 to set up an appointment or fill out our online contact form.
We handle cases and serve clients throughout Texas, including the cities of San Antonio, Brownsville, McAllen, Harlingen, Laredo, Austin, Fort Worth, Dallas, Houston, the Rio Grande Valley, and Bexar County.