Helping You Recover Monetarily From A Spinal Cord Injury
An injury to your spinal cord is a life-changing event. You may end up with paraplegia or quadriplegia, restricting your daily life to a wheelchair or a bed. You will require expensive continuing therapies, regular doctor's visits and specialized equipment just to continue to have as "normal" a life as possible. The cost of these things is enormous and if you are unable to work due to your injuries, you should not be left to pay the bills on your own.
At Dana & Dana, we provide aggressive representation for you when you've been catastrophically injured. We will have an assessment of your daily life done, with an expert following you through a typical daily routine to determine what your basic needs are. We will consult with your doctors, vocational and rehabilitation experts, and financial experts to determine what your medical costs are likely to be and what you would have been capable of earning, had this injury not occurred. We will use all of this information to present your situation to the insurance company and to a jury of your peers in order to obtain the award you need in order to have a good quality of life.
Providence Spine And Neck Injury Attorneys
Insurance companies are out to protect their bottom lines in spite of the promises they make to protect you in the event of an accident. You may be offered what seems like a fair settlement but it will rarely cover all of your current and future expenses and will likely leave you with increasing debt because of your injury. The lawyers of Dana & Dana will help you get the money you need to cover all of your bills and enjoy the life that you are able. We know that money will not replace the life and health you had before the accident, but it will help you get the treatment and equipment necessary to continue living at as close as possible to the standard you had previous to the accident.
Call Dana & Dana at 401-438-3800 or send us an e-mail to schedule your free initial appointment. You are never charged a fee unless you are compensated for your injuries.