Have you or a loved one suffered paralysis?
Estimates say nearly one in 50 people live with some form of temporary or permanent paralysis—the complete or partial loss of motor function in a part of the body. Those diagnosed with paralysis often require physical or occupational therapy, vocational training, or psychological counseling long after their initial injury.
The experienced team of attorneys at Gauthier Amedee understand the physical, mental, and financial costs associated with paralytic injury. That’s why we work hard to ensure our clients get the just compensation for any debilitating injuries they may have sustained.
If you or a loved one has become paralyzed in an accident through no fault of your own, contact the experienced Louisiana paralysis attorneys at Gauthier Amedee for help at (225) 647-1700.
Types of Paralysis
Medical professionals define several types of paralysis based on the number of limbs and area of the body affected. They are as follows:
- Monoplegia: Affects a single area of the body, typically one limb
- Hemiplegia: Affects an arm and leg on one side of the body
- Paraplegia: Affects below the waist, typically both legs, hips, and more
- Quadriplegia: Affects below the neck, typically all four limbs and the torso
Common Causes of Paralysis
The most common causes of paralysis include:
If you or a loved one has been paralyzed in an accident through no fault of your own, call the Paralysis attorneys at Gauthier Amedee at (225) 647-1700. When you call, you will speak with an experienced Louisiana paralysis lawyer for FREE.
At Gauthier Amedee, you never have to pay any attorney’s fee up front. In fact, we only get paid after you do. And if there is no recovery, there is no attorney’s fee. It’s that simple.
Call our experienced Louisiana paralysis lawyers. Our legal team will examine every detail of your case and provide the experienced, compassionate and dedicated representation you need to secure the maximum compensation for your medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and more. We’re here to work hard for you and to make sure that your rights are fully protected.