Spinal Injury

More Americans are disabled by spinal injuries every year than any form of physical trauma. The spinal cord is attached to the brain; a severe injury to the cord can result in paralysis from the waist down (paraplegia) or from the neck down (quadriplegia, Christopher Reeves’ injury.) These are devastating and usually permanent injuries, often resulting in complete vocational disability.

Spinal injuries may also include trauma to cervical, thoracic and lumbar discs, the shock absorbers in the vertebral column of the spine. To treat these injuries, extensive and major surgical procedures may have to be performed, such as laminectomies and spinal fusions, with resulting physical restrictions and permanent impairment.

The Gober Law Firm has helped thousands of persons with spinal injuries obtain compensation for their injuries to help them get needed medical treatment, rehabilitation and counseling and enable them to reclaim their lives.

If you or someone you care about has had a spinal injury, contact us for personal injury legal representation at (615) 783-2874. There is no charge for the initial consultation.

STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS: Remember, the Tennessee Statute of Limitations for personal injury is one year from the date of the event causing the injury. If you do not file a lawsuit by that date your claim may be forever barred.

NO CLIENT RELATIONSHIP: Communication with an attorney or staff member at The Law Office of Gary Gober does not by itself create an attorney-client relationship or constitute the provision or receipt of legal advice. Any communication from this office should be considered informational only, and should not be relied or acted upon until a formal attorney-client relationship is established via a signed written agreement.