Brain and Spinal Cord Injuries
Contact a Brain Injury Lawyer in Mesa, Arizona
The central nervous system consists of the brain and spinal cord. In certain circumstances, persons who have sustained a traumatic brain injury may also sustain a spinal cord injury as result of trauma, which can result in serious care concerns. Spinal cord injuries can cause paralysis or serious disability in a person and should not be taken lightly. Such cases will require the services of a spinal cord injury attorney or a brain injury lawyer. If you are a resident of Arizona, who may have suffered from brain or spinal cord injury, call the office of Attorney Raymond Arenofsky at (480) 420-0330 right away.
Types of Spinal Cord Injuries
Each year, approximately 12,000 new cases of spinal cord injuries are reported in the US. Of those 12,000 new cases, 38.3% of persons who sustain a spinal cord injury report incomplete tetraplegia as a result of their injury. 16.9% of cases result in complete tetraplegia. Persons with tetraplegia have sustained injuries to one of the eight cervical segments of the spinal cord. 22.9% of spinal cord injuries result in complete paraplegia, and 21.5% result in incomplete paraplegia. Persons with paraplegia have lesions in the thoracic, lumbar, or sacral regions of the spinal cord as a result of their injury.
Attorney Raymond Arenofsky has been representing clients in Mesa, AZ, Phoenix, AZ, and all over Arizona for decades. He has successfully taken injury cases involving brain and spinal cord injuries. Call (480) 420-0330 for an initial consultation right away.
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