Spinal Cord Injury, Paralysis And Personal Injury Claims

Spinal cord injuries can change a life in an instant. Almost any type of impact can cause an injury to the spinal cord — a motorcycle collision, a fall at work, even a failed medical procedure can result in partial paralysis, paraplegia or quadriplegia.

Treating these types of injuries involves helping people learn how to adapt and how to get the most out of the ability they still have. Learning to maximize functionality after a paralyzing accident can be a very lengthy process that can require years of working with therapists and other specialists who can help people through their recovery.

What Makes A Strong Case?

Presenting a strong case for compensation for a spinal cord injury requires clearly identifying the life the injured person had beforehand and contrasting it with the life he or she has now. This includes looking at aspects of his or her life such as his or her career, hobbies and personal life. It also involves presenting a clear picture of the medical care he or she will need for the rest of his or her life.

Our firm has extensive experience working with a variety of experts who contribute to developing an understanding of each client's long-term needs, including:

  • Life care planners
  • Financial planners
  • Economists

The Attorneys You Need When It Matters Most

At Zelbst, Holmes & Butler, our firm works to make sure that our clients' stories are told. The insurance companies, the judges and the juries all need to know how our clients' lives have been changed by the injuries they have suffered. Our attorneys have more than 70 years of combined experience building cases that put our clients' needs front and center. That experience and the skills we have honed over the years have allowed us to consistently deliver the results our clients deserve. Our record of success includes having won the largest personal injury jury verdict in Oklahoma history, $24 million, and the largest Federal Court Judge verdict in Oklahoma, $7 million. Let us put those skills and experience to work for you.

Lawton, Oklahoma, Lawyers Serving People Who Have Suffered Spinal Cord Injuries

If you or a loved one has suffered a spinal cord injury, we can help you pursue the full compensation you deserve. Discuss your case with one of our experienced attorneys today. To schedule a free initial consultation, call 580-713-4124 or contact us online.

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