Paralysis, Paraplegia and Quadriplegia Injury Attorneys
Paralysis is a permanent injury that affects victims and their families for life. Victims are often no longer able to work, care for themselves or care for their families. If you or someone you love has been injured, it is important to take legal action, as soon as possible, to protect your rights. Varellas & Varellas, Attorneys at Law, is a law firm based in Lexington and Louisville, Kentucky dedicated to helping the victims of serious injury recover maximum compensation after an injury.
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Recovering the Compensation You Need Today and in the Future
Immediate financial recovery is often necessary for the victims of injury. You may have mounting medical expenses, need surgery or treatment, or find yourself unable to keep up with bills. Our legal team is dedicated to helping you collect the financial support you need to meet your financial needs today and tomorrow. We strive for maximum compensation for our clients to adjust for future medical needs, as well as long-term care.
Our Lexington paralysis attorneys handle cases involving:
- Paralysis of limbs
- Victims paralyzed in an accident
Consult With a Lawyer Now to Preserve Your Claims
Remember that accepting any payment from an insurance company now could prevent you from making additional claims in the future. Our attorneys take the time to understand our clients' unique and individual needs. We develop a strategic and comprehensive solution focused on your recovery. Many victims of paralysis will need additional care, home remodeling and other services to make life livable. Our attorneys take all of these considerations into account when negotiating your settlement or pursuing your claim in court.
For more information or to speak with our experienced paralysis and spinal cord injury attorneys about your case or injury, please call 859-252-4473 or contact us by e-mail to arrange a free consultation.
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