After a serious accident causes a spinal cord injury, you can be certain of one thing: insurance companies will not want anything to do with the resulting claim. Insurers know that the cost of care and all of the consequences associated with spinal cord damage can be astronomical, so they will push back as much as they can. Far too many people fall victim to insurance company tactics to escape liability and end up with little to no compensation to help them recover and get their lives back on track.
At Martin Jean & Jackson, we cannot stand the thought of any of our neighbors in Tulsa being pushed around by an insurance company, especially not after something as severe as a spinal cord injury. If you have been catastrophically injured, please call us at and tell us about what happened. During a free initial consultation, we can hear the key details of your case and discuss what should be done next.
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The spinal cord is susceptible to severe injury in a violent accident. If this bundle of nerves rips, stretches, or otherwise suffers damage, then the results can be catastrophic. It is not uncommon for a spinal cord injury patient to live forever with the consequences of a single accident due to the permanent nature of spine injury symptoms.
A spinal cord injury can cause:
Paralysis is considered the worst consequence of a spinal cord injury, though. When a spot on the spinal cord is severed, any body parts below it – based on the anatomical layout of nerves connecting to the spinal cord – can be paralyzed. Healing a damaged spinal cord is usually impossible, meaning that paralysis is usually lifelong.