The costs associated with serious spinal cord injuries are well documented. In recovering compensation for victims of spinal cord injuries, the Law Office of Scott M. Donaldson, P.S, works with nationally recognized experts in the treatment of paraplegia, quadriplegia, and spinal cord injuries in general. As your lawyer, Mr. Donaldson assembles a team of economists and life care planners in order to provide accurate, thorough cost-data analysis of the financial impact of your injuries. We quantify costs associated with future medical treatment, physical therapy, in-home care, lost earnings, and pain and suffering.
If you or a family member has sustained a debilitating, catastrophic spinal cord injury in an accident, contact the Law Office of Scott M. Donaldson today. We provide free initial consultations in order to evaluate cases and discuss the legal options available to you.
Our personal injury attorney, Scott M. Donaldson, recovers financial compensation for accident victims involving spinal cord injuries and the following kinds of complications associated with them:
While initial medical costs associated with a spinal cord injury are usually easy to quantify, loss in quality of life and the potential for serious side effects is not. In order to leverage our client’s case in the face of resistance on the part of insurance companies to pay a fair settlement, our medical experts discuss potential health complications that could arise and the costs associated with them. Our attorney also consults psychologists who explain the emotional impact of a spinal cord injury on our client and the psychological effects of depression and trauma.
People suffering from spinal cord injuries are often unable to work. For this reason, it’s important to provide means for their support with any proceeds from a personal injury settlement or award. As your attorney, Scott M. Donaldson will explain how a structured settlement or special needs trust can help you. A structured settlement or special needs trust provides a means of financial support for a spinal cord injury victim while exempting award and settlement proceeds from certain kinds of taxes and Medicaid eligibility calculations.