Yes. Medical malpractice lawsuits involving paralysis can be filed against a doctor or hospital that committed the medical error leading to paralysis. Paralysis lawsuits are filed for a number reasons, including anesthesia errors, undiagnosed and untreated spinal infections, the negligent care of a stroke victim, and other types of mistakes.
In order to prove that a person was paralyzed due to medical malpractice, it must be established through medical experts that a medical mistake was made and that this was a cause of the paralysis. Many procedures involve the risk of paralysis and this unfortunate condition can happen even with proper medical care.
Our experienced medical malpractice lawyers will review your records and discuss them with a physician to see if you have a valid case. If you do, we will represent you under our No Fee Promise, which means you pay no fees whatsoever unless you receive a settlement. Call us today at (800) 606-1717 to see if you have a case.