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- What is Tetraplegia?
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- What are the Symptoms of Tetraplegia?
- What are the Different Types of Tetraplegia?
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Tetraplegia is a life changing condition that leaves a victim of an accident with severe paralysis, which will result in a total loss of all or most of their limbs and their torso. Sufferers of tetraplegia will need to be cared for full-time for the rest of their lives and will need to be accommodated accordingly, such as moving to a new premises that will be required to make their lives more comfortable, such as a bungalow. Even life’s simplest tasks will become much more difficult for any tetraplegia victim.
On top of the emotional pain that is caused by such a terrible condition, it’s hard to imagine being in the situation and how much of a life changer it actually is, especially if it was as a result of an accident that was not their fault. If that was the case for somebody close to yourself, and you wish to create a compensation claim case against those responsible, then you will require the services of expert solicitors who are experienced in that sort of area.
This is where Tylers Solicitors can help, as we are experienced enough to get the most compensation for tetraplegia victims, in order for their carers to purchase specialist equipment and make renovations that will assist them at home.
Yes, Tylers Solicitors are no win, no fee solicitors, therefore if you do not win your claims case then you do not pay us a single penny.
There are several occurrences that can lead to tetraplegia paralysis, which include:
- Suffering from a stroke
- Sustaining a neck injury
- Being involved in a motor vehicle accident
- suffering an accident at work
- Falling from a height
- Diseases that effect the spinal cord
There are various symptoms that can lead to the knowledge of being a victim of tetraplegia. There are different types if injuries and illnesses that can have an effect to the spinal cord that will lead to the condition and a loss of function from the neck down. Symptoms include:
- Impairment to their limbs
- Burning pain in effected areas
- Loss of bladder and / or bowel control
- Loss of sexual appetite
- Cardiovascular disease
- Deep vein Thrombosis (DVT)
- Loss of digestive system
- Pressure sores
- Frozen joints
- Spastic Tetraplegia
- Incomplete Tetraplegia
There are going to be many changes to the life of a tetraplegia victim where they will most probably not be able to work again, ever. If the injury was somebody else’s fault then the victim who suffered the injuries should be compensated accordingly.
We are very flexible, we believe in serving our clients so that they will receive justice and their deserved compensation.
In order to make a compensation claim, you will have to fill an online form or telephone us on 0800 699 0079 and our expert solicitors will assess your case and determine whether it is worth processing. The process is very simple, we will guide you in all stages of processing a Tetraplegia Compensation Claim until the victim fully compensated.
Different types of claims vary, generally the more complicated the injury or illness, the longer it can take. You have three years to claim at the time of diagnosis and compensation can be awarded anywhere between two to five years. Medical records and other paperwork can speed up the compensation process.
If you would like to make a compensation claim for a Tetraplegia case then call Tylers Solicitors today for a no-obligation chat on (freephone) 0800 699 0079 today!
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