Spinal Cord Injuries
Mr. Mazie’s New Jersey personal injury practice includes representing clients who have suffered serious spinal cord injuries. We have a team of dedicated, caring and competent certified civil trial attorneys (a status held by less than 2% of New Jersey’s lawyers) and spinal cord injury professionals who are ready to help you or your loved one today. Read about the landmark $135 million jury verdict that Mr. Mazie obtained on behalf of one of our clients paralyzed from the neck down due to alcohol liability. The verdict was reversed on appeal and a new trial was ordered. The case settled prior to the new trial. Mr. Mazie has also handled other significant spinal chord injury cases, such as the $33.9 million product liability settlement, won on behalf of a client who suffered severe spinal cord injuries and a $1.9 million federal jury court verdict for spinal injuries sustained in a workplace accident.
Spinal cord injuries are caused by spinal cord trauma, from such things as car accidents, medical malpractice, swimming accidents, stroke, work related accidents, and other incidents. With the representation of a skilled New Jersey spinal cord injury attorney you may be entitled to recover monetary compensation for your injury, pain and suffering, hospital costs, doctor bills, and loss of wages.
There are different levels of spinal cord injury, some resulting in temporary and long-term paralysis. In most cases the spinal cord victim does not regain full function like that of before the accident. Some results of spinal cord injury are:
- Motor Difficulties
- Bowel Difficulties
- Sexual and Reproductive Difficulties
Along with the physical consequences of a spinal cord injury, the victim’s personal life may also be affected, including their employment, marriage, and relationships with others.
If you or a loved on has been the victim of a spinal cord injury, please contact New Jersey spinal cord injury attorney David Mazie and Mr. Mazie will contact you within twenty-four (24) hours to discuss your case.