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Receiving the news that you have a spinal cord injury (SCI) after an accident can be devastating. Depending on the type and extent of your SCI, you may suffer some degree of paralysis, loss of motor function, and loss of sensation below the point of injury. You may be looking at a lifetime of medical devices, physical rehabilitation sessions, and lifestyle modifications. SCIs are incredibly serious injuries. They deserve attention from serious attorneys in Greenville. HawkLaw is the aggressive, dedicated legal team you need.

Your Rights After a Spinal Cord Injury

Spinal cord injuries occur most often in bad falls, motor vehicle accidents, acts of violence, sports, and in medical situations such as surgeries. These are all situations where there is a high likelihood of someone else causing or contributing to the SCI. If another person or an entity (such as a product manufacturer or the company you work for) played a role in causing your spinal cord injury, you need to talk to a Greenville spinal injury lawyer. You may have been the victim of preventable negligence, and you may have the right to pursue significant compensation in Greenville, SC.

In accidents where someone owed you a duty of care, breached this duty, and thereby caused or contributed to the accident that gave you a spinal cord injury, you have the elements of a personal injury lawsuit in South Carolina. For example, if you were working at a construction site, fell from the roof of a building, and injured your spine because your employer failed to provide you with personal fall protection equipment, you would likely have grounds to file a claim against your employer and possibly other parties as well.

A personal injury claim for a permanent spine injury can result in great compensation for you and even your loved ones. With the right team of attorneys, you can fight for the financial recovery your catastrophic injuries deserve. You could receive compensation for your past and future medical expenses, home/vehicle modifications, permanent disability, lost wages, lost capacity to earn, lost quality of life, pain and suffering, mental anguish, property damage, live-in care, and more. Talk to the team at HawkLaw for an idea of what your unique case might be worth.

What Clients Are Saying About HawkLaw

In Greenville County and throughout South Carolina, HawkLaw has made a name for itself as a committed, aggressive, and hard-hitting legal firm with highly experienced Greenville spinal injury lawyers. Over the years, we’ve won six- and seven-figure settlements and jury verdicts for our clients. We understand the immense impact a serious injury such as damage to the spine can have on individuals and families. We don’t stop until our clients receive the compensation they require for successful futures. Our testimonials are testaments to our dedication and success.

Past clients praise HawkLaw for obtaining excellent settlements, helping them feel less alone, being kind and supportive, and resolving claims in a timely manner. We have what it takes to help you after a spinal cord injury. Come to our Greenville, South Carolina office for a free consultation on how we may be able to brighten your future. You deserve to talk to lawyers who care about you. Call (864) 312-9999 to speak to our local attorneys in Greenville.

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