Idaho Brain Injury Lawyers

Boise Head Injury Lawyers

back painIf you or someone you love had an accident that left them with a head or spinal cord injury, you need the help of an experienced personal injury lawyer at Montgomery Law. A head or spinal cord injury can change your life forever, leaving you permanently disabled, limiting your ability to work, or requiring years of therapy and recovery time.

The National Center for Injury Prevention and Control reported that nearly 200,000 people in the United States live with a disability related to a spinal cord injury. If your injury was caused by someone else’s negligence, you deserve compensation for your medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering. A Montgomery Law head, brain or spinal cord injury lawyer can make sure you get that payment.

Fighting For You

There are many ways your head or spinal cord can be injured in an accident, the most common being auto and motorcycle accidents. When that accident happened because of another person’s negligence or carelessness, you want justice. The spinal injury lawyers at Montgomery Law are not afraid to stand up to big insurance companies.

We take pride in fighting for you. If your head or spinal cord was injured in an accident, you may be scared and angry. If you need the support and guidance of an experienced head injury lawyer to demand that you are paid for the devastating injury you have sustained and the pain and suffering you and your family have endured as a result of this accident, give us a call.

We are ready to fight for your rights. Fill out a free online contact request form now so we can help you today.

After Your Accident

Sometimes the complications and secondary issues that result from a head or spinal cord injury can be challenging and debilitating in themselves, and victims are often more susceptible to new injuries. These are some of the difficulties a spinal cord injury victim could encounter after his accident:

  • blocked arteries (pulmonary embolism)
  • blood clots (deep vein thrombosis)
  • bowel management difficulties
  • inability to sense pain (autonomic dysreflexia)
  • lung and breathing problems
  • pain in other areas of the body from overexertion
  • sexual dysfunction
  • weight control issues

Treating the secondary issues that arise from your injury can be costly. You need financial support so that you can pay for your treatment and medical bills, take care of your family, and get back to living your life. Call our spinal injury lawyers at (208) 37-8882 now for a free initial review of your case.