Spinal Cord Surgery, Physical Therapy And Lifelong Pain Management

Severe spinal cord injuries can change a victim’s life forever. The victim is not the only one impacted. A whole family gets worried and upset when someone in the family suffers such injuries. The Law Office of Patrick G. Shea, APC, represents individuals and families throughout Southern California who have suffered catastrophic neck and back injuries and know that these injuries can result in massive changes to a family’s lifestyle.

Regardless Of Your Injury, We Can Help

Many of these types of injuries result in paralysis or other permanent disabilities. If your family’s medical challenges are the result of someone else’s negligence or irresponsible behavior, we may be able to help you get compensation. If you have suffered any of the following, you may have grounds for a lawsuit:

  • Acute pain in the neck and/or back
  • Chronic neck and back pain
  • Paraplegia
  • Quadriplegia
  • Loss of sensation and numbness from spinal cord damage
  • Limb dysfunction
  • Restricted range of motion
  • Total paralysis
  • Sciatica

Whether your injuries arise from a car accident, from a slip-and-fall accident or from work-related repetitive motion, consult with our skilled attorneys to gain a better understanding of your rights. We have extensive experience in neck and back injury lawsuits and can represent you in general personal injury litigation or Workers’ compensation law.

After A Serious Spinal Cord Injury, You May Be Entitled To Compensation; Call Today To Learn More

You should not settle for anything less than maximum compensation if you are a victim of such an injury. Patrick Shea and his legal support team and colleagues in the medical community will build a powerful argument to demonstrate the full extent of your injuries. We will aim to recover financial compensation for you and your family that will help you receive the best possible care and ensure that your life is as comfortable as possible. Call our office in San Diego at 619-489-7153 today.