Anthony Quackenbush is a compassionate Fort Lauderdale Quadriplegia Lawyer who helps clients who have been rendered quadriplegics as a result of an accident or other devastating incident. He represents clients who have been catastrophically injured in all areas of South Florida, including Broward County and throughout the State of Florida.
Quadriplegia, also known as tetraplegia, is a condition in which a person loses control of his or her limbs. Quadriplegia involves the loss of all four limbs. A related condition called paraplegia involves the loss of use of only the legs. With paraplegia, the injured person typically retains the use of his or her arms.
With quadriplegia, the injured person typically loses both control and sensation in all four limbs. This means that the injured person cannot use his or her limbs and also cannot feel sensation in those limbs.
Quadriplegia is a debilitating condition and requires a compassion and empathy in order to help the injured person and maximize their potential. Mr. Quackenbush exhibits those qualities and can help to “right the wrong” that occurred to the injured person.
If you or a loved one are involved in accident that leaves you or your loved one experiencing quadriplegia anywhere in the State of Florida, contact this Broward County Quadriplegia Attorney at 954-448-7288 for a free, no obligation consultation. Should you decide to retain Mr. Quackenbush on your case, he will not receive compensation for his work until you’ve made a recovery. Therefore, this is absolutely no risk to you.Fort Lauderdale Quadriplegia Lawyer Anthony Quackenbush Advises Clients Experiencing Quadriplegia
Quadriplegia can result from a disease, but it can also result from an accident or acute incident. An accident or acute incident can cause quadriplegia in several different ways. Quadriplegia can, for instance, occur after a severe spinal cord injury.
Quadriplegia can also result from a birth injury. If your child is experiencing quadriplegia due to medical malpractice or a doctor or hospital mistake, this Fort Lauderdale Quadriplegia Law Firm can help.
Additionally, quadriplegia can result from other types of accidents. For example, if a car accident is bad enough, it can result in quadriplegia. People who experiencing quadriplegia after a vehicle accident have typically sustained spinal cord injuries. Damaged spinal cords can cause a person to lose mobility and sensation in two limbs (causing paraplegia) or all four limbs (causing quadriplegia).South Florida Quadriplegia Attorney Fights Relentlessly for Injured Clients
Mr. Quackenbush is a compassionate attorney. He understands fully the pain and suffering that comes along with quadriplegia. People experiencing quadriplegia may experience severe mental anguish and the depressing feeling of loss of their former lives. Having said that, the bright side is that there are ways for the person experiencing quadriplegia to try to lead as full a life as possible and remain an active part of society.
In order to calculate the monetary damages of the person experiencing quadriplegia, this South Florida Quadriplegia Lawyer will most likely hire an expert called a “Life Care Planner.” The life-care planner will evaluate the person experiencing quadriplegia and try to access the future cost of the person’s medical expenses. It is easy to determine the person’s past medical expenses as they have already been incurred. It’s much harder to determine the future. The life care planner will attempt to determine the future medical care and quantify the cost of that medical care so that Mr. Quackenbush can go into Court and ask for a specific number/amount to compensate his client for the cost of his or her future medical care.Get Compensated for your Injuries with the Assistance of a Compassionate Broward County Quadriplegia Law Firm
If you or a loved one is experiencing quadriplegia due to an accident that occurred in Miami, West Palm Beach, or anywhere in Florida, contact Mr. Quackenbush at 954-448-7288 for a free, no obligation consultation. Once you retain this Broward County Quadriplegia Lawyer, he will not charge you for his work until you’ve received compensation from your case – therefore, there is no risk to you.