Helping People Who Have Been Paralyzed Due To Another's Negligence

Since nerve tissue does not regenerate as quickly as some other types of tissues, or sometimes not at all, any damage done to parts of the nervous system can be life-altering. Paralysis can result, causing a victim to be unable to move parts of his or her body. Unfortunately, this can result in many accommodations needing to be made, the inability to go back to your same job, and other changes that are physically and emotionally draining.

At Mark C. Tanenbaum, P.A., our South Carolina attorneys have handled many catastrophic injury cases, including spinal cord injuries and paralysis over our many years of practice. We understand the issues, questions and concerns that can arise after an accident that results in paralysis. Our lawyers are able to provide clients with the information that they need to understand how filing a personal injury lawsuit can help them now and long term. Contact our office today to discuss your case during a free consultation with a qualified member of our legal team.

Paralysis-Causing Accidents

Our attorneys and staff work hard on behalf of clients whose lives have been changed by a spinal cord injury resulting in paralysis. We handle cases where paralysis stemmed from:

  • Car accidents
  • Truck accidents
  • Construction accidents
  • Slip-and-falls
  • Nursing home negligence and elder abuse

Severity of Paralysis

The severity and extent of the paralysis following a spinal cord injury depends on the location of the injury on the spinal cord; the higher the injury to the cord, the more severe the paralysis. Any damage or severing of the cervical spinal cord (in the neck) may cause death. Whether you or a loved one has sustained wide-spread paralysis (quadriplegia) or a loved one has died as the result of spinal cord injuries, our firm can help you pursue compensation for the losses you have suffered.

Contact a South Carolina Paralysis Attorney Today

Let us help you understand your rights and options after you or a loved one has sustained paralysis as the result of someone else's negligence. Contact the Law Office of Mark C. Tanenbaum, P.A., for a free initial consultation. Call our Charleston law firm now at 843-737-6279 or toll free 866-320-0354.