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Paralysis Claims

“Living with paralysis can have a massive affect on your life and the lives of your loved ones. If your paralysis was caused by third party negligence, you may be entitled compensation. Our legal experts can make the claims process simple and stress-free.”

What Is Paralysis?

According to the NHS, paralysis is defined as the loss of muscle function. This is caused by damage to the nerves and spinal cord rather than damage to the muscles themselves. Paralysis may be coupled with a loss of feeling or sensation in the limbs and can have a huge impact on the quality of the sufferer’s life. The most common causes of paralysis are strokes, head injuries, multiple sclerosis and spinal cord injuries.

What Types Of Paralysis Claims Can Lance Mason Advise On?

Our team of specialised experts can advise on all matters relating to:

  • Paraplegia
  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Quadriplegia
  • Monoplegia
  • Hemiplegia

How Does The Claims Process Work?

You may be able to make a claim if your condition was caused by:

  • Medical negligence
  • A road accident
  • An accident at work
  • An accident in a public area

Our team will analyse your situation and if we can prove that the defendant was at fault, we will seek compensation from the defendant’s insurers.

How Can Lance Mason Help?

The experts at Lance Mason understand that your condition may affect your life both financially and personally. Compensation could help you fund the adjustments you need to live with paralysis and can also lessen the financial burden of caring for yourself or your family. We will liaise with barristers and rehabilitation providers on your behalf and provide first rate support throughout the entire claims process. You are important and we will deal with your situation with the sensitivity and compassion it deserves.

Contact An Expert Today

For more advice on what we can do to help, or to arrange a free consultation, fill in our quick online enquiry form and we will call you back.

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