Maryland Nursing Home Paralysis Injury Attorneys

paralysis injury

Paralysis, which is defined as an inability to perform voluntary motions and movements due to loss of muscle control. Paralysis is usually the result of an accident or injury in which the head, brain & spinal cord are severely injured. There are various types of paralysis that can be experienced. The type of paralysis is directly related to what part of the nervous system was impacted in the injury as various portions of the Central Nervous System innervate different parts of the body. Paralysis patients require much more care, patience and tolerance than other long term care facility residents. With that, improperly trained staff or nursing home caregivers who have no business being in the patient care field, can often abuse, neglect or mistreat paralysis patients. A skilled Maryland paralysis injury lawyers will be able to help you with your claim if your loved one has been the victim of abuse or neglect in a nursing home, group home, home care setting or hospice setting.

Our Baltimore, Maryland paralysis injury lawyers serve those abused, injured and neglected in nursing homes and skilled nursing facilities throughout Maryland. We provide free case exams and know the heartache you are enduring knowing your loved one is being mistreated in a nursing home or long term care facility in MD. Our Frederick, Maryland nursing home abuse attorneys charge no legal fees if we do not recover for you. Arrange a free case review by clicking here.

Paralysis Types

Quadriplegia (also known as Tetraplegia): Inability to use all 4 limbs

Paraplegia: Paralysis of the lower body, including the legs

Monoplegia: Paralysis of one limb

Hemiplegia: Paralysis of one side of the body; either right or left

Diplegia: Paralysis of both appendages i.e. both arms or both legs, sometimes related to CP or Cystic Fibrosis.

Injuries & Accidents Possibly Causing Paralysis

Surgical Errors

Medical Malpractice

Construction Site Accidents

Workplace Injuries

Head, Neck & Spinal Cord Injuries

Falls involving unsafe ladders, unsafe stairs, unprotected floor openings which usually mean that OSHA regulations were violated. 

Defective or Unsafe Product Accidents including products liability injuries

Contact Our Annapolis Maryland Nursing Home Abuse Attorneys

If you or a family member have been injured and sustained a debilitating injury resulting in paralysis please email our MD hospice neglect attorneys by clicking here. We are very skilled and experienced Maryland Trial Lawyers and we charge no fee unless we recover for you.

Our Reistertown, MD nursing home abuse attorneys serve those being mistreated in nursing homes across all of Maryland. This includes the Frederick, Aberdeen, Takoma Park, Bladensburg, Annapolis, Baltimore, Towson, Rockville, Salisbury, Easton, Cambridge, Prince Frederick, Leonardtown, New Carrollton, Hyattsville & Upper Marlboro areas.