Port St Lucie Spinal Injury Lawyer
The central nervous system is made up of only two parts – the brain and the spinal cord. As the pathway for all information and stimuli from the brain and body, the spinal cord plays a monumental role in carrying out everyday functions.
Any damage to the spinal cord can be devastating, as it is crucial in helping you move, feeling pressure and pain, and regulating body temperature, heart rate, blood pressure, digestion, and many other functions.
Causes of Spinal Injury
Slip-and-falls and vehicle accidents are the main causes of spinal cord injuries in Port St. Lucie. These injuries are painful, expensive, and can negatively impact a person’s life. The severe effects of a spinal cord injury range from loss of sensation and back or neck pain to complete paralysis and death. Unfortunately, many spinal cord injuries are caused by another person or company’s negligence.
For example, it would be negligent of a store owner to clean and leave their floor slippery without visual warnings because any customer could slip, fall, and suffer damage to their spine. Another common example of negligence resulting in spinal cord injury is when a distracted, intoxicated, or otherwise impaired driver causes an accident that results in another driver’s spinal damage. If your spinal cord injury was caused by an individual or company’s negligence, you have a right to pursue compensation.
Our attorneys at Steinger, Greene & Feiner in Port St. Lucie understand that you’ve already suffered because of your injury – you shouldn’t have to suffer financially, too.
We will handle your insurance claim while you focus on treatment and rehabilitation. Contact Steinger, Greene & Feiner today.
My case couldn't have been handled better. It was handled in a timely manner - it wasn't rushed. If something ever happened again and I needed an attorney, Steinger, Greene & Feiner would be the first place I would go.
Our expert attornies at Steinger, Greene & Feiner will see your case through from beginning to end. Steinger, Greene & Feiner has decades of experience awarding our clients with the compensation they deserve. We will investigate your case and obtain the proper medical records and documents as evidence. Visit our Port St Lucie injury lawyer and let us help you get started with a free consultation. Don’t take the first check from the insurance company. Give us a call at (772) 200-4696 or visit our location at 507 NW Lake Whitney Pl, Port St. Lucie, FL 34986.
Don’t be intimidated by the insurance company’s denial of your claim. Let Steinger, Greene & Feiner represent you in your personal injury claim in Port St. Lucie.
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Types of Injuries
If you or a loved one have suffered spinal damage or injury in Port St. Lucie, you know how life-altering it can be. You may be in extreme pain and your medical bills may be overwhelming. The Mayo Clinic lists the following as common symptoms associated with spinal cord damage or injuries. This is not a comprehensive list of symptoms; always consult your physician if you believe you have spinal damage or injury.
- Loss of movement in any area
- Loss or altered sensation, including the ability to feel temperature and touch
- Lack of bowel or bladder control
- Exaggerated reflexes or spasms
- Pain or intense stinging in any area
- Difficulty breathing or coughing
Why Choose Us?
We have awarded our clients and their families with tens of millions of dollars in compensation to help them recover from lost wages, emotional distress, and pain and suffering from their spinal cord injury. Steinger, Greene & Feiner has received compensation for over 30,000 injured clients and many in Port St. Lucie. We know how to navigate the medical, legal, and insurance industries and we know how to establish fault for the negligent individuals who caused your injury. You don’t have to be a victim and drown in medical bills. Let Steinger, Greene & Feiner help you take control of your future today.
- Seek proper medical care from your physician or the emergency department.
- Take photos of your injuries.
- Write down or record all details you remember from the accident that caused your injury.