New York Spinal Cord Injury Lawyers

Verdicts & Settlements

$16 Million - 23 year old man falls while climbing rock wall when safety belt breaks.

$14 Million - 28 year old worker injured when platform collapses while laying cable.

$11 Million - 65 year old woman injured when she falls through gap between LIRR train and platform.

Representation for Individuals Paralyzed From Accidents in New York City

Serious car, truck, construction and other accidents can result in spinal cord injuries. Injuries to the spinal cord can cause paralysis and other life-changing conditions, such as paraplegia and quadriplegia. In some cases, these types of paralysis are only temporary, but in others, spinal cord injuries require life-long medical care and therapy.

The lawyers at the law firm of Paul B. Weitz & Associates, PC, have decades of combined personal injury experience and have dealt with a wide range of injuries that include spinal cord injuries and traumatic brain injuries. For those who have suffered these types of injuries, it is critical to obtain maximum compensation to aid in the recovery process.

New York Spinal Cord Injury Attorneys

Damage to the spinal cord may affect the central nervous system, which can result in loss of motion and an inability to feel or move all parts of the body. Spinal cord damage may also result in:

  • Bruising and contusions
  • Broken vertebrae
  • Burst fractures
  • Scar tissue
  • Paraplegia
  • Quadriplegia

Many people who suffer these types of injuries will need care throughout their lives, including surgery, physical therapy, nursing care and other types of care. For our clients, we seek appropriate compensation to cover past, present and future medical costs.

Experienced Personal Injury Representation in New York

If you or someone you love has suffered a serious spinal cord injury, including an injury that results in paralysis, contact our office in New York City to schedule a free initial consultation with Paul B. Weitz & Associates. Call us toll free at 888-897-5481 to make an appointment.