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Full-Service Representation For Spinal Cord Injury Victims

A spinal cord injury is an injury that usually lasts a lifetime due to the spinal cord’s inability to fully heal. While treatment options continue to improve, paralysis victims are likely to need significant care and assistance for years into the future.

At Shollenberger Januzzi & Wolfe, LLP, our attorneys are committed to helping spinal cord injury victims obtain the medical treatment they need and the compensation they deserve. With offices in Harrisburg and Enola, we handle cases of paraplegia, quadriplegia and partial paralysis throughout central Pennsylvania when these injuries result from negligence in auto accidents, workplace accidents and medical malpractice. We offer a free initial consultation to discuss your case and answer your questions.

Compensation For Paralysis Victims

Anyone who suffers a spinal cord injury will need to deal with significant medical, physical, emotional and financial issues. A spinal cord injury affects every aspect of a person’s life will lead to significant costs for medical treatment and rehabilitation, personal assistance, home modifications, special vehicles, wheelchairs and other adaptive devices. Paralysis may also affect your ability to support yourself and your family.

Our lawyers provide comprehensive assistance, guidance and representation to spinal cord injury patients and their families while they address their present and future needs. We often use economists, medical professionals and life-care planners to assure that you will have the resources you need to deal with the significant issues you will face.

By helping you with the financial and legal issues you face from a spinal cord injury, you can focus on the treatment and rehabilitation you need to move on with your life. Your life will change as a result of your injury, but we believe it is a life you can look forward to with hope.

Get The Financial Recovery You Need Now And In The Future

For dependable advice about your legal options after a spinal cord injury, call our attorneys at 717-229-6580 or contact us by e-mail.