Georgia Spinal Cord Injury and Paralysis Lawyers


Representing Spinal Cord and Paralysis Injury Victims Throughout Georgia

Spinal cord injuries happen at alarming rates nationally. According to the National Spinal Cord Injury Statistical Center (NSCISC), over 12,000 new cases of spinal cord injury occur annually. Between 240,000 and 337,000 people are currently living with a spinal cord injury, and most people will not fully recover from these serious injuries. Spinal cord injury sufferers in Georgia can incur substantial medical costs and be unable to resume the career and life they led before the accident.

At Montlick & Associates, Attorneys at Law, our Georgia spinal cord injury attorneys have assisted thousands of accident victims with spinal cord injuries. We understand the severity of these injuries, their financial repercussions, and their drastic impact on quality of life. Our firm is dedicated to fighting for each injured client to receive the compensation they deserve.

Causes of Spinal Cord Injuries and Paralysis

Spinal cord injuries can result from a wide variety of accidents, including:

  1. Car and truck accidents: The tremendous force involved in a car or truck accident can gravely injure the spinal cord. Car and truck accidents are the cause of thousands of spinal cord injuries annually, leaving accident victims across American with loss of motor functions, feeling, and other complications.
  2. Falls: Any fall has the potential to lead to spinal cord injuries. Falls from heights are most likely to inflict serious injuries, such as paralysis. Falls commonly occur in the workplace, on sidewalks, in stores, nursing homes, hotels, and the other areas where hazards are present. Today, older Americans are some of the most likely people to injure their spines in falls.
  3. Sports injuries: Sports players, including youth, recreational, and professional players are all prone to spinal cord injuries and paralysis. Sports team organizers and leaders should take steps to prevent hard hits and falls that could cause serious injury.
  4. Acts of violence: Assaults, batteries, and gunshot wounds are all common causes of spinal cord injuries. If you have sustained a spinal cord injury due to an act of violence, you may have a cause of action against the perpetrator or the property owner under the theory of negligent security.

Types of Spinal Cord Injuries

A spinal cord injury is defined as damage to any part of the spinal cord. Injury sufferers can experience loss of sensation, loss of movement, numbness, tingling, impaired breathing, and more, depending on the location and severity of the injury. Paraplegia, defined as paralysis of the lower limbs, and quadriplegia, which involves paralysis of all four limbs, are two of the most serious spinal cord injuries you can face.

How a Georgia Spinal Cord Injury Attorney Can Help

Any spinal cord injury can be life altering. If you have sustained a spinal cord injury in an accident, a personal injury lawyer can help you seek compensation from the party at fault for your injury. Our attorneys can investigate the facts and circumstances of what happened and assist you in determining whether you have a viable personal injury claim.

Put Our Law Firm's Over 33 Years of Legal Experience to Work For Your Case!

If you have suffered a spinal cord injury in any type of accident, the Georgia Spinal Cord Injury and Paralysis Attorneys at Montlick and Associates, Attorneys at Law, are here to help. For over 33 years, our firm has assisted individuals with spinal cord injuries and paralysis across Georga, including but not limited to Albany, Athens, Atlanta, Augusta, Columbus, Gainesville, Macon, Marietta, Rome, Roswell, Savannah, Smyrna, Valdosta, Warner Robins and all smaller cities and rural areas in the state.

No matter where you are located, our attorneys are just a phone call away, and we will even come to you. Call us 24 hours a day/7 days a week for your Free Consultation at 1-800-LAW-NEED (1-800-529-6333). You can also visit us online at www.montlick.com and use our Free Case Evaluation Form or 24-hour Live Online Chat.