Spinal Cord Injuries

Fort Myers Lawyer: Spinal Cord Injuries and Paralysis

When you have been injured and doctors have told you the devastating news that an accident has made it impossible for you to walk again, you may feel many things, including anger, frustration, anxiety, despair and fear.

At the Lee County, Florida, Law Offices of Thomas C. Chase, P.A., we recognize that while you are certainly entitled to an emotional response, you may also need answers about how the accident occurred, what your injury means for the future and how your medical bills will get paid. Attorney Tom Chase is here to deal with all of these issues and more. He has helped injured clients and their families in Fort Myers and throughout Florida for three decades. His experience and determination are demonstrated in his proven verdicts and settlements.

Contact us for an honest, experienced assessment of your case in a free consultation.

Building Your Case With Thorough Investigation and Principled Expert Testimony

Only the best doctors and medical specialists can accurately diagnose and understand spinal cord injuries. Therefore, it is important to know your physician’s qualifications. In working and interacting with medical professionals for the last 30 years, Tom Chase knows which medical professionals are grounded in solid medicine and science. He utilizes these experts to quantify the seriousness of his client’s injuries. This is beneficial for preparing a realistic claim for recovery as well as helping a jury understand as best as possible what is involved. Tom Chase handles personal injury claims involving paralysis, such as paraplegia or quadriplegia, as well as other spine injuries, such as herniated discs/ruptured discs, and other neck or back injuries.

If you have suffered a spinal cord injury resulting in paralysis or other trauma, you may be entitled to compensation for:

  • Lost wages
  • Loss in earning potential (especially for those who cannot pursue the same career due to the spinal cord injury)
  • Medical expenses and anticipated future medical expenses
  • Costs related to necessary home accommodations
  • Other anticipated life care needs

Contact an Experienced and Caring Lawyer

Spinal cord injuries can result in any number of ways including car accidents, truck accidents or other debilitating accidents. Tom will take the time necessary to determine if the accident was caused by some form of negligence, and if there is a valid claim for recovery. Contact us for a careful, honest assessment of your case by an attorney you can trust.