Paralysis? Our Lawyers Can Help You Get the Compensation You Deserve

Any type of injury or damage to the spinal cord can cause paralysis (paralyzation). The paralysis can be partial, as is the case with paraplegia and paresthesias. It can also render a person completely immobile (a condition more commonly called quadriplegia or tetraplegia). In any case, the lifetime costs of caring for a person with paralysis are enormous.

If a member of your family is suffering from paralysis that you believe may have been caused by the negligence of another person or business — you may not have to bear these costs alone or without help.

In Sacramento area and throughout Northern California, contact Ashton & Price.

We understand that money can’t truly compensate you or a loved one for paralysis caused by a serious spinal cord injury. We know that your life will never be the same. As your lawyers, however, we will ensure that you have access to the best available medical care* — and we will aggressively seek full and fair compensation for your injuries.

Since 1996, our firm has obtained more than $100 million in settlements and judgments on behalf of people suffering from an extremely serious injury, such as paralysis. Lawyers don’t achieve that level of success by just asking for the money. You have to fight aggressively and be certain that you know the full extent of your client’s damages before you start negotiating and preparing for trial. This is what we do.

Don’t Assume Your Loved One Doesn’t Have a Case

California is a comparative fault state, meaning that an injured individual may be found partially at fault for an accident but still be entitled to recover damages, minus his or her own comparative percentage of fault. In other words, don’t assume you can’t recover compensation for a loved one’s paralysis until you’ve talked to a lawyer.

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  • No Attorney Fee Unless You Win

Contact our Sacramento area law offices today and schedule a free consultation.

*In the event you elect to receive medical diagnosis and/or treatment on a lien basis, your health care provider will be entitled to payment at the conclusion of your case, from your settlement or jury award.