New Orleans Brain & Spinal Cord Injury Attorney
We Understand the Impact of Brain & Spinal Cord Injuries
Brain and spinal cord injuries are among the most debilitating injuries that a person can suffer. Brain injuries can lead to memory issues, trouble with motor skills, and can sometimes be fatal. Spinal cord injuries can result in a variety of complications, including numbness in the extremities, trouble with balance, and even partial or complete paralysis.
These injuries can have far-reaching implications, and many require a lifetime of care. When these injuries happen in accidents that occurred because of another person's negligence, you have the right to be compensated for your medical care, time away from work, and other losses associated with the accident. A qualified personal injury lawyer in New Orleans can help you.
Choose a Law Firm With the Ability to Protect Your Rights & Your Future
At Scott, Vicknair, Hair & Checki, LLC, our New Orleans personal injury attorneys provide skillful representation to clients throughout Louisiana in a broad range of spinal cord and brain injury claims. We understand the long-term issues that can arise from a seemingly minor back, neck or head injury, and we work hard to secure the compensation you need to recover.
We have experience with brain and spinal cord injury cases arising from all types of accidents, including:
- Car accidents
- Truck accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Bicycle accidents
- Workplace accidents
- Maritime / offshore accidents
- Premises liability accidents, including slip-and-fall accidents
Dedicated Personal Injury Lawyers Handling Cases Throughout Louisiana
Contact our office to speak with a New Orleans injury lawyer about your injury claim. We offer a free initial consultation where you can learn more about your rights and legal options. You can reach us by phone at (504) 502-7316 or use our online form to schedule an appointment.
Attorney referrals, local and co-counsel opportunities are welcomed.
Admitted to practice in Louisiana, Massachusetts, New York, Florida, Maryland and Texas.