Wilmington Paralysis Lawyers
Here for You When Injuries Result in Quadriplegia, Paraplegia, & Beyond
Handling personal injury cases involving quadriplegia or paraplegia requires unique experience and an in-depth point of view as to the opposing side's tactics and strategies in dealing with these claims. At the Wilmington law firm of Daniel Pleasant Holoman LLP, we provide a higher level of legal advocacy in protecting the rights of our clients and maximizing their compensation for immediate and long-term care needs.
If you or a family member has become paraplegic or quadriplegic following a serious accident or medical professional's negligence, call our Wilmington paralysis attorneys at (866) 380-2281 or contact us online.
What is the Difference Between Paraplegia & Quadriplegia?
The primary difference between these two conditions is the extent to which the body's movement and feeling is limited.
- Paraplegia - Refers to when a patient has lost movement and sensation in the legs and sometimes the lower abdomen as well.
- Quadriplegia - Refers to a the loss of feeling and movement in both arms and legs. This can also include parts of the chest, back and abdomen.
Experienced in The Issues & Challenges of Paralysis
It is critical that spinal injury lawyers understand the extent of the damage done to a paralyzed accident victim following a car or truck crash, surgical error, or other issue. Just taking care of their immediate needs is not enough as this approach ignores the challenges the victim will face throughout their life.
Butler Daniel, the founder of Daniel Pleasant Holoman LLP, brings experience in dealing with the future life care needs of a person confined to a wheelchair. He is well-aware of the emotional, physical, and financial effects that paraplegia or quadriplegia has on you and your family.
At our firm, winning the case is not enough. We want to make sure that every issue you face is addressed. From future medical needs to specialized vans and home renovations, we will fight for the compensation that will allow you to face the challenges life will present.
For more information, or to schedule an appointment with an experienced paralysis lawyer regarding an accident that resulted in paralysis, please contact us online or call (866) 380-2281. From our Wilmington office, we represent people in North Carolina as well as Tennessee, Georgia, and Kentucky.
We Are Not a Case Mill Firm
We keep a low case volume so that we can dedicate the massive amount of time, energy, and resources that each case deserves.
Primary Focus on Serious Injury Cases
We handle serious medical malpractice cases. Other law firms around the country refer us cases they are not equipped to take on or are afraid to handle.
Trained & Experienced Trial Lawyers
Many lawyers who advertise for and take injury cases are either unwilling or afraid to take cases to trial if necessary to achieve a fair result, but we have extensive experience with actual medical malpractice and nursing home negligence jury trials. We prepare every single case as if we will go to trial.
A Focused, Creative, Collaborative Team Approach
Our attorneys work together on virtually all of our cases in order to secure the best possible outcome. Three minds are always better than one.