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It is hard to imagine life without the full use of your body, but unfortunately every year thousands of people in America become victims of Spinal Cord Injuries (SCI).

Depending on the age of an individual the likely cause of SCI can vary. Automobile and other motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause for people under the age of 65. If a person is over 65, a fall is the most likely cause. Other causes include:

  • Sports injuries to the head
  • Bullet or stab wounds
  • Driving accidents
  • Electric shock
  • Workplace accidents

A Spinal cord injury (SCI) usually occurs when a traumatic event results in injuries to cells within the spinal cord or severs the nerve tracts that relay signals up and down the spinal cord. The most common forms of SCI include compression (caused by pressure on the spinal cord) and contusions (bruising of the spinal cord). Other variations of SCI include central cord syndrome (specific damage to the corticospinal tracts of the cervical region of the spinal cord) , and lacerations (severing or tearing of some nerve fibers, such as damage caused by a gun shot wound). Severe SCI often causes paralysis (loss of control over voluntary movement and muscles of the body) and loss of sensation and reflex function below the point of injury, including autonomic activity such as breathing and other activities such as bowel and bladder control. Other symptoms such as pain or sensitivity to stimuli, muscle spasms, and sexual dysfunction may develop over time. SCI patients are also prone to develop secondary medical problems, such as bladder infections, lung infections, and bed sores.

Our firm represents individuals, along with their loved ones, who have suffered through SCI . We understand that the injuries suffered, as a result of SCI can be severe and life altering for both the victim and their family.

Our experienced attorneys will discuss your situation and go over the options available to you, as well as work with insurance companies and other parties involved in your case to make sure your needs are handled properly.

We will determine if someone is responsible for you or your loved ones injuries. If someone is responsible they may owe you monetary damages. These can include compensatory and/or punitive damages. Compensatory damages attempt to put an injured person back in the position he or she was in before being injured, (i.e. lost wages, past and future medical expenses, and pain and suffering…etc.). In some cases, punitive damages are also awarded. Punitive damages are given to the injured person in order to penalize wrongdoers and deter others from repeating the offense.

If you are physically unable to come to us, we are willing to drive to you, so please, if you or a loved one has been injured call or email us to set up a FREE consultation to discuss your legal options. You will have NO attorney fees, court costs, or litigation expenses unless you recover. 

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3 Convenient Texas Locations to Serve You

Round Rock

ROUND ROCK

Address: 904 East Main Street
Round Rock, Texas 78664
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Lakeway

Address: 2802 Flintrock Trace #285
Austin, TX 78738
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Downtown Austin

Address: Frost Bank Tower
401 Congress Ave. Ste. 1540
Austin, Texas 78701
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Serving Central Texas

  • Including counties of:
  • Williamson County
  • Travis County
  • Bell County
  • Bastrop County
  • Burnet County
  • Milam County
  • Caldwell County
  • Hays County