Paralysis Injury Attorney

Paralysis is defined as an inability to perform voluntary motions and movements due to loss of muscle control. Paralysis is usually the result of an accident or injury in which the head, brain and spinal cord were severely injured. There are numerous forms of paralysis that can be experienced. The type of paralysis is directly related to what part of the nervous system was impacted in the injury as various portions of the Central Nervous System innervate different areas of the body. A skilled Pennsylvania personal injury lawyer will be able to help you with your paralysis claim if you have lost use of a body part as a result of a paralyzing injury or paralyzing accident.

Paralyzing Accident Lawyer Philadelphia

Call the Law Office of Deborah M. Truscello at 610-892-4940 or contact us online to discuss your claim. With many years experience handling all types of personal injury and accident claims in southeastern Pennsylvania Ms. Truscello has what it takes to get you the compensation and benefits you deserve.

Paralysis Types:

  • Diplegia: Paralysis of both appendages i.e. both arms or both legs
  • Hemiplegia: Paralysis of one side of the body; either right or left
  • Monoplegia: Paralysis of one limb
  • Paraplegia: Paralysis of the lower body, including the legs
  • Quadriplegia (also known as Tetraplegia): Inability to use all 4 limbs

Types of Accidents or Injuries Possibly Causing Paralysis:

Contact a Media, PA Paralysis Lawyer at the Law Office of Deborah M. Truscello

If you or a family member have been injured and sustained a debilitating or paralyzing injury call the Law Office of Deborah M. Truscello at 610-892-4940 or contact us online. Mrs. Truscello and her staff are very skilled and experienced auto accident, premises liability and personal injury lawyers.

We work with personal injury victims throughout the Philadelphia Metropolitan area; including but not limited to Bucks County, Chester County, Delaware County, Montgomery County, and Philadelphia County, including but not limited to the communities of Allentown, Lancaster, Reading and West Chester.