Philadelphia Paralysis Lawyer
More Than $125 Million Recovered for Our Clients
If you or your loved one was paralyzed in an accident caused by someone else’s negligence, you have the right to seek fair financial recovery for your damages. At The Villari Firm, PLLC, we have over 20 years of experience in helping catastrophically injured individuals and their families fight for justice and the compensation they were owed. Our Philadelphia paralysis lawyer understands the immense impact these injuries have on your day-to-day life; we fight for the maximum recovery you deserve for your current and future needs.
Whether you were paralyzed in a car accident, after slipping and falling due to unsafe property conditions, on the job at a construction site, or in any other way caused by negligence, our firm can help.
The True Cost of Paralysis
There are several types of paralysis and, while some types are considered by the medical community to be “less severe” than others, anyone affected by paralysis knows that there really is no such thing as “mild” paralysis. Being paralyzed in any respect is devastating physically, emotionally, and financially. Whether you have monoplegia, in which a single arm or leg is paralyzed, paraplegia, rendering you unable to walk, or quadriplegia, affecting both of your arms and your legs, you face a completely altered future. At The Villari Firm, PLLC, we take this into account when negotiating with the liable insurance company.
Our Philadelphia paralysis lawyer seeks maximum compensation for all of your damages, including:
- All medical expense related to your injuries, including
- The cost of emergency treatment immediately after the accident
- Ambulance, emergency room, and hospitalization expenses
- Ongoing medical treatment, such as physical therapy
- Pain management programs, including pain medications
- The cost of medical equipment, such as wheelchairs and ramps
- Expenses associated with treatment for mental health issues related to your injuries
- Lost income/wages from time taken off work to receive medical treatment
- Lost future income in the event that you are not able to return to work (temporarily or permanently)
- Lost or reduced earning ability if you are able to return to work but not at full capacity
- Pain and suffering, including both physical and emotional pain and trauma
- Lost or reduced quality of life
- Punitive damages, in instances when the liable party was egregiously negligent
At The Villari Firm, PLLC, we are not content to accept the first lowball settlement offer from the liable insurance provider’s adjusters. Instead, we thoroughly prepare each case for trial so that, in the event that a fair settlement cannot be reached, we can aggressively advocate for our clients in the courtroom.
Call for a Free Consultation
If you or your loved one was paralyzed in an accident, but you are not sure whether or not you have a personal injury case, we encourage you to reach out to our legal team as soon as possible. After discussing the facts of your situation during a complimentary, one-on-one consultation, we can determine whether or not you have grounds for legal action. If someone else was, in fact, negligent and this negligence led to your injuries, we can help you navigate the legal process from start to finish.
In Pennsylvania, you only have two years from the date of the accident/injury (in most cases) to bring a personal injury claim, so it is important that you contact us as soon as you can.