Representing Georgia Spinal Cord Injury Victims
The effects of a catastrophic spinal cord injury can last a lifetime. Not only can they leave someone unable to work, but they can also require expensive physical therapy, ongoing medical procedures and in-home care. It is crucial to obtain all available workers’ compensation benefits and personal injury compensation after a spinal cord injury. Your choice of attorney can make all the difference in making sure you do not leave any resources on the table.
At the Law Offices of John D. Christy, P.C., we offer representation from an injury attorney with more than 30 years of experience in workers’ compensation and personal injury. As a litigator and mediator, attorney John D. Christy understands all sides of these complex cases. You can rely on him to be your guide, your advocate and your support every step of the way.
Types Of Catastrophic Spinal Cord Injuries
In the world of workers’ compensation, catastrophic injuries are subject to different laws and procedures. If a spinal cord injury is preventing you from returning to the workforce, it may be possible to recover lifelong medical and wage loss benefits. Examples of catastrophic spinal cord injuries include:
If a third party is responsible for your injuries, it may be possible to obtain personal injury compensation for your pain and suffering in addition to the workers’ compensation benefits you are eligible to receive. These dual-track cases can become extremely complex. This is where John shines; he brings extensive legal experience and connections in the legal and medical industry to these critical cases with a goal of making sure his clients have the lifelong resources they need for their lifelong injuries.