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Even Minor Trauma Can Damage Your Spinal Cord

A spinal cord injury occurs when delicate nerve tracts that run up and down the spine are damaged. Depending on the severity of the injury and the location of the spine it affects, a spinal cord injury can cause effects ranging from paralysis, weakness, numbness, difficulty breathing, loss of normal bowel and bladder control, spasticity, abnormal blood pressure, difficulty regulating temperature, and others.

Most importantly, most spinal cord injuries cannot be fully repaired. Recovery consists of learning how to live with an injury through physical therapy and other coping mechanisms. In addition, patients who have suffered a spinal cord injury are at higher risk for developing related health problems such as lung infections, bladder infections and bedsores.

When a physician or anesthesiologist needs to operate or involve the area surrounding the spinal cord in treatment, they have a responsibility to report the risks of the procedure to their patient and offer reasonable options. This is because, in these high-risk procedures, unfortunate accidents sometimes occur. The medical malpractice lawyers at The Lancione Law Firm have experience with all types of spinal cord injuries caused by medical negligence. The premier Ohio law firm for medical malpractice, The Lancione Law Firm has achieved hugely successful results for their clients through unsurpassed research, access to leading experts in the field of spinal cord injury, and their commitment to obtaining maximum compensation for each client.

When Your Life Is Changed By A Spinal Cord Injury, We Can Help

If you or a family member has been affected by a spinal cord injury that occurred while in the care of a medical professional, you may have concerns to discuss with an experienced attorney. The lawyers at The Lancione Law Firm welcomes you to contact them for a free initial consultation to discuss your situation. You may contact them online or call 440-331-6100.

Birth Injury

Birth Trauma
Causes Of Birth Injury
Cephalopelvic Disproportion
Fetal Distress During Labor
Midwife Error
Nonobstetric Surgery During Pregnancy
Obstetrical Nurse Negligence
Oxygen Deficiency
Placental Abruption
Premature Rupture Of Membranes
Prenatal Care Errors
Preterm Delivery
Uterine Ruptures
Dangerous Drugs Related To Birth Injury
Negligent High-Risk Birth Management
Advanced Maternal Age
Diabetes And Pregnancy
Premature Birth
Suspected Large Fetus
Twins, Triplets, Multiples
Birthing Complications
Drugs Used To Arrest Labor
Errors In Inducing Labor/Pitocin Errors
Fetal Monitoring During Labor
Forceps/Vacuum Extraction Delivery
Injuries From Delayed Birth
Umbilical Cord Complications
Breech Birth
Brachial Plexus Injury
Erb’s Palsy
Shoulder Dystocia
Cerebral Palsy
Medical Negligence & Cerebral Palsy
Did Medical Malpractice Cause Cerebral Palsy?
Newborn Hypoxia & Asphyxia
Pediatric Brain Injury
Resources To Help Your Child With CP
Infant Seizures
Neonatal Intensive Care (NICU) Errors
Cord Blood Gas Tests
Untreated Jaundice
Future Of A Child With A Birth Injury
The Effects Of A Birth Injury As Your Child Ages
Cesarean Section Errors
Delayed C-Section
Emergency C-Section
Vaginal Birth After C-Section (VBAC)
Wrongful Death
Maternal Injuries During Birth
Excessive Bleeding/Hemorrhage
Maternal Infections After Giving Birth
Blood Clots/Thromboembolic Disease
Neonatal Jaundice, Hyperbilirubinemia and Kernicterus
hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy

Representing Families Affected By Birth Injuries

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