Brain Injury/Spinal Cord Injury
A severe brain injury or spinal cord injury can be financially, physically, and emotionally damaging.
Brain injuries and damage to the spinal cord can result from a wide range of causes, including motor vehicle or motorcycle accidents, defective products, and medical malpractice. These events can cause head injury, including brain damage or severe concussions, neurological disorder or injury, back or spinal cord injury, paralysis, or death.
At The Cooper Firm, we aggressively pursue claims for our clients who have suffered these traumatic brain and spinal cord injuries so that they can get the financial help they need as soon as possible. Below are just a few of the results we have achieved for our clients with brain or spinal cord injuries.
Brain Injury/Product Liability Case:
Our client suffered a catastrophic brain injury in a single-vehicle crash. The vehicle shut off causing our client to lose control of the vehicle and crash.
Spinal Cord Injury/Defective Airbag Case:
Our client was driving her car when she was involved in a frontal collision. When the airbag deployed it was so powerful it broke her neck. She is now quadriplegic. We were able to discover and prove that the manufacturer knew the airbags were unsafe for females but chose not to fix them.
Brain Injury/Product Liability:
Our client was a belted front-seat passenger in a sedan when the driver lost control, ran off the road, and struck a tree. As a result, our client suffered a catastrophic brain injury. We were able to prove auto manufacturer failed to include Electronic Stability Control (ESC) with this sedan, which would have prevented the crash from occurring.
Spinal Cord Injury/Defective Seatbelt Case:
Our client was the at-fault driver in a crash. During the crash, our client’s seatbelt failed, causing her to become a quadriplegic.
Schedule your initial consultation today online or call our firm at 770-427-5588. All cases are accepted on a contingent fee basis, meaning there are no attorney fees unless we recover damages on your behalf.