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When you or a family member is paralyzed from medical malpractice, it’s an injury that usually lasts a lifetime, compromising both quality and enjoyment of life. From loss of work and wages, to the need for nursing care and/or specialized accommodations, your life or your loved one’s life will never be the same.

At Fieger Law, we understand your pain and suffering, as well as the physical limitations put upon you by paralysis. Our legal team has the medical knowledge and experience to identify medical negligence, and they will fight hard to get you the compensation you need for your future.

Common causes of paralysis from medical negligence include:

  • Use of excessive force during childbirth
  • Surgical errors near the spine or brain
  • Incorrect or delayed diagnosis
  • Three basic types of paralysis:
  • Paraplegia (legs and lower part of the body)
  • Quadriplegia (arms and legs)
  • Hemiplegia (one side of the body only)

No one should have to suffer with the financial difficulties associated with paralysis if they are the direct result of a physician’s negligence.

If you or a family member have suffered paralysis as the result of medical malpractice, let the experts at Fieger Law help. We’ve helped hundreds of paralysis victims get the compensation they needed to ease their financial burdens and secure their future.

More Million-Dollar Verdicts Than Any Firm in the Nation

Since 1983, the malpractice lawyers at Fieger Law have fought and won compensation for victims left paralyzed by their doctors. If your family has suffered as the result of a doctor’s negligence resulting in paralysis, Geoffrey Fieger and his team at Fieger Law can help. Contact Michigan’s most successful law firm today.

Call us at 1-800-A-WINNER or tell us about your case using our online form. We can investigate your case and help you get answers, closure, and justice for your injuries.

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