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Paraplegia and Quadriplegia

New Hampshire Medical Malpractice Lawyer

Paraplegia is a condition in which a person doesn't have any motor or sensory function in their lower extremities. Quadriplegia is similar to paraplegia, except the individual is paralyzed from the neck down (four limb paralysis). These conditions can occur as the result of a number of different circumstances, including:

Paraplegia and quadriplegia are two of the most devastating injuries imaginable. As a result of paraplegia or quadriplegia, people who once lived an independent lifestyle are now left unable to care for themselves, perform the same type of job, and even perform the same type of household chores and daily activities. In addition to the physical limitations of these conditions, many people who suddenly become paraplegic or quadriplegic suffer from emotional trauma and depression.

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The attorneys at Mulvey, Cornell & Mulvey have extensive experience representing victims of both quadriplegia and paraplegia. We've seen firsthand how devastating these injuries can be, and the significant toll they can take on your life. Our primary goal and purpose is to help you seek justice under the law by filing a strong, well-prepared injury claim. You can rest assured that a trained, experienced, and dedicated New Hampshire medical malpractice attorney will be by your side every step of the way, protecting your right to recovery and advocating on behalf. We mean it when we say we'll fight until the end for you, and we will never give up until we have obtained the largest settlement possible.

If you have become paraplegic or quadriplegic due to the negligence, malpractice, or carelessness or another person or entity, you have the right to take legal action. Although no amount of money can make up for the decreased quality and enjoyment of your life, you can at least obtain the financial resources you need to care for your condition. By filing an injury claim with the assistance of a knowledgeable member of our team, you can take control of your situation and fight to recover the money you need to live your life as fully as possible.

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