One traumatizing type of Oregon medical malpractice is paralysis injuries due to reckless, careless, and negligent medical care. There are life-long ramifications when a patient suffers any type of paralysis, whether that is of the nerves in the hand or if a patient is paralyzed from the waist down. While nerve damage and paralysis are common risks associated with many procedures and surgeries, the fact that a paralysis injuries occurs does not always mean that it was due to normal risks. Nor does that prohibit an injured patient from seeking compensation for paralysis injuries. Ask our Oregon paralysis medical malpractice lawyers what rights you may have to compensation if you suffered injuries which caused any type of paralysis, including loss of movement, loss of sensation, or any other loss of function.
Victims who have wrongfully suffered paralysis injuries may be entitled to compensation for their damages. In Oregon medical malpractice cases, monetary compensation may be awarded for damages of the following:
Three Main Ways Paralysis Injuries Happen Due to Oregon Medical Malpractice
There are three main ways that a paralysis injury could happen to a patient due to careless, reckless, and potentially negligent care and treatment by a healthcare provider. These are not every way, but these are the three, general ways that paralysis injuries occur.
Bend/Portland, Oregon Paralysis Medical Malpractice Lawyers
If you or a loved one have been seriously injured or killed as a result of medical malpractice contact the Oregon Medical Malpractice Lawyers at Kuhlman Law at our number below or fill out the intake form. We offer a free initial case evaluation and handle cases on a contingency fee which means that you pay no money unless we recover.
We handle cases throughout the state including Bend and Portland Oregon, Redmond, Central Oregon, Multnomah County, Deschutes County, Salem, Eugene, Corvallis, Lane County, Medford, Gresham, Albany, Medford, Beaverton, Umatilla, Pendleton, and Hillsboro.
We also have an office in Minneapolis, Minnesota and take medical malpractice cases throughout the Twin Cities, including St. Paul, Hennepin County, Ramsey County, Dakota County, Washington County, Anoka County, Scott County, Blaine, Stillwater, and Saint Paul Minnesota.
Please act quickly, there is a limited time (Statute of Limitations) in which you can bring a claim under the law.
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