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Spinal Cord Injury Attorneys You Can Rely On

If you have suffered a spinal cord injury, then you, more than anyone, know how much your life has changed on every possible level, from your daily routine to your independence.

If your spinal cord was injured because of someone else’s negligence, then you have every legal right to pursue the compensation you deserve to put your life back together. Spinal cord injuries are devastating and expensive. These injuries require enormous financial and emotional support. For some, filing a personal injury lawsuit is the last chance to maintain financial independence.

The Maine personal injury lawyers at Hardy, Wolf & Downing are dedicated to helping victims of negligence. If you have sustained a spinal cord injury, our attorneys will work with you to make sure that you receive full and fair compensation for your injury—all the medical expenses, lost wages, income, and pain and suffering—as well as compensation that may result from complications from the injury over time.


What Happens With Spinal Cord Injuries


It’s not uncommon for spinal cord injuries to lead to complications such as breathing difficulties, respiratory and circulatory problems, depression, and overall health and wellness decline due to a sedentary lifestyle, which could lead to an increased risk for obesity, cardiovascular disease, and diabetes.

Victims of car or motorcycle accidents, slip and falls, acts of violence, or sports and recreational activities account for the majority of spinal cord injuries. If your injury was the consequence or direct result of another party’s carelessness or negligence, we will work on your behalf to negotiate a just settlement out of court. If need be, we will fight for you in court. Our attorneys will be with you the whole time; we don’t refer you to outside lawyers.


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Filing a Spinal Cord Injury Claim in Maine?

Make no mistake, if necessary, we will go to court to seek maximum compensation from those responsible for your spinal cord injuries. Keep in mind that although most personal injury claims in Maine involve a a six year limitations period, other cases may impose shorter time constraints. For that reason, it is essential that you retain an attorney for your spinal injury claim as soon as possible.