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Thursday, March 4, 2010

Spinal Cord Injuries in Washington, D.C.

When an injury to the spinal cord fractures or dislocates the vertebrae causing bone fragments to bruise and tear the spinal cord, the result is often a devastating, life-changing event.

Spinal cord injuries are classified as either incomplete or complete. An incomplete spinal cord injury suggests the spinal cord has some function remaining and the victim of this type of injury usually retains some motor or sensory function. However, a complete spinal cord injury typically means there is a total loss of motor or sensory function below the level of the injury.

Automobile accidents are a major cause of spinal cord injuries along with falls and sports-related injuries. The physical, psychological and financial costs of a spinal cord injury are catastrophic with the cost of continuing medical care and treatment totaling hundreds of thousands of dollars annually.

The Cochran Firm has spinal cord injury attorneys that have the knowledge and experience to handle all aspects of spinal cord injury cases along with a team of medical and legal experts to support them in successfully litigating for their clients seeking financial compensation for their devastating injuries.

If you or someone you care about has suffered a spinal cord injury in the Washington, D. C. area, please contact The Cochran Firm today and learn how our highly skilled team of attorneys can investigate, evaluate and litigate your claim to a successful conclusion.


posted by Benjamin A. Irwin at 9:55 AM

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