Dallas Spinal Cord Injury Lawyers
We’ve Helped Recover Billions for the Injured & Their Families
Spinal cord injuries can be devastating. Besides being painful, they require extensive medical care and rehabilitation. In the worst instances, these catastrophic injuries can change the rest of a person’s life for the worse. After a serious spinal cord injury, a person might unfairly discover that everything they’ve envisioned their life as being has changed because of one incident.
Often, the accidents that cause spinal cord injuries are preventable. Yet, the people and companies who could have prevented them failed to do so. Arnold & Itkin is a Dallas spinal cord injury law firm that fights for answers when negligence unfairly changed lives. Our attorneys fight to recover the cost of rehabilitation, assistive devices, lost wages and any other damage associated with an injury. While we can’t change what happened to you, we can fight for answers from those who should have prevented your accident.
Helping People with Spinal Cord Injuries in Dallas
Survivors of spinal cord injuries might be able to file a lawsuit against the person, company, or any other party who could have prevented their accident. For example, employers who fail to prevent serious accidents should be held accountable for the suffering that they cause.
Spinal cord injuries are often caused by:
- Car accidents
- Truck accidents
- Work accidents
- Aviation accidents
- Offshore accidents
- Industrial accidents
Spinal cord injuries mean a complete change in the lifestyle a person lives. They’re accompanied by expensive medical care and often mean that the injured person cannot work like they did. That’s why our Dallas spinal cord injury lawyers fight for the complete compensation a person needs, not just the settlement they’re offered. We’re never satisfied with an offer until we’re convinced that it’s enough to make sure our clients have a path forward.
Spinal Cord Injury FAQ
What Can a Spinal Cord Injury Lawyer Do to Help?
As Dallas spinal cord injury lawyers, we at Arnold & Itkin are always focused on helping a person stabilize their finances after an accident. This means fighting for the compensation of immediate losses such as medical bills, lost wages, and any other needs a spinal cord injury has caused for our clients. Then, we fight for any damages that aren’t immediate including compensation for the lost ability to work, the cost of future care, and any other costs associated with a spinal cord injury. Ultimately, our goal is to make sure our clients have the financial means to receive the best care possible and move forward after their accident.
How Much Does Hiring a Spinal Cord Injury Attorney Cost?
We know that our clients are going through enough when they come to us for help. That’s why we work on something known as a contingency fee. This means that we forward the costs of a case and only collect a payment if we win results. This helps our clients focus on what matters: their recovery.
What Experience Does Arnold & Itkin Have with Spinal Cord Injury Cases?
Our firm has helped countless clients and their families obtain justice after the unthinkable, including those who are facing an uncertain future because of a spinal cord injury. We have an impressive track record of success in handling spinal cord injury and paralysis cases, such as a $117 million verdict for a pregnant woman who suffered spinal cord and brain injuries in an ambulance accident. We also secured $7.4 million for a contractor sustained serious spine injures during a plant accident, $5.3 million for a worker with spinal cord injuries caused by an explosion, and $3.2 million for a worker injured severely during a plant turnaround.
About Dallas, TX
Dallas is the third largest city in Texas and, as of 2020, had a population of more than 1.3 million people. It is known for its strong economy and diversity, making it a popular place for businesses, families, and individuals. In addition to being recognized as an industrial and transportation hub, one of the things Dallas is most known for is the assassination of John F. Kennedy, who was shot on November 22, 1963, by Lee Harvey Oswald as he rode in a motorcade through Dealey Plaza. Today, visitors can go to the Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza to learn about JFK’s life, death, and the legacy he left behind.
Numerous Fortune 500 companies are headquartered within the Dallas city limits. This includes AT&T, Southwest Airlines, Energy Transfer Equity, and CBRE. The popular convenience store chain 7-Eleven began in Dallas and still has its headquarters there. Because the Dallas economy is so diverse, it has been able to withstand market downturns (such as those caused by the coronavirus pandemic) that have adversely affected other cities. The real estate market has also remained steady.
Dallas has countless museums, restaurants, art galleries, and parks for visitors and residents to enjoy, plus the most shopping centers per capita than any other city in the United States. The city is also known for its schools and universities, such as Southern Methodist University, The University of Texas at Dallas, El Centro College, and The University of Dallas. Dallas has numerous hospitals and medical research facilities throughout the area, including UT Southwestern Medical Center, Parkland Memorial Hospital, Baylor University Medical Center, Medical City Dallas Hospital, and Texas Health Dallas.
Links & Resources: Dallas
- UT Southwestern Spine Center
- Texas Back Institute
- Texas Spine Associates
- Spine Care at Medical City Dallas
- Dallas Brain, Spine & Skull Base Surgery
- Methodist Brain & Spine Institute
- Dallas City Hall
- Dallas Fire-Rescue
- Dallas Police Department
- Visit Dallas
Our Dallas Spinal Cord Injury Law Firm Fights to Win
When people have their lives unfairly changed, our Dallas spinal cord injury attorneys are proud to be the differences makers they need. We never back down from a fight and always demand the answers that clients deserve from the parties who could’ve prevented their suffering. When large corporations and insurance companies place profits over safety, if drivers fail to respect others on the road, or when someone causes anyone to suffer unnecessarily, we’re ready to hold them accountable. No matter what.