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Paralysis is medically defined as the loss of function of one or more muscles groups. When a person experiences paralysis, he/she will lose feeling in the affected area. This loss of feeling may be temporary or it may be permanent.
For most people suffering from paralysis, the paralysis was caused by or related to either a brain injury, spinal cord injury, or some sort of neurological disorder. Once paralysis sets in, it may stay within a certain muscle group, or migrate to other regions. This is common for people who are suffering from quadriplegia, triplegia, or paraplegia.
Causes of Paralysis
Temporary and permanent paralysis can result from a variety of medical conditions, which may include, but are not limited to:
- Brain injuries
- Spinal cord injuries
- Head trauma
- Spinal bifida
- Multiple sclerosis
- Nervous system disorders
- Neurological disorders
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Before you decide to file a personal injury lawsuit involving paralysis, it is best to consult with a skilled lawyer who is experienced in paralysis cases. An experienced attorney can help you file the correct claim and will know the best methods for seeking maximum compensation for your injuries. The Distasio Law Firm has years of experience helping clients in and around the Tampa area with their paralysis cases, and our legal team has earned the respect of our peers and Florida citizens alike. For insightful and compassionate legal support during this trying time in your life, please contact our firm today. Your start to a successful recovery is only a phone call away. If you have questions about your paralysis case, do not hesitate to contact an attorney for your initial consultation!