Florida Spinal Cord Injury Lawyer David J. Glatthorn Fights Hard For Families
An estimated 12,000 to 20,000 people suffer spinal cord injuries every year across the country, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Sometimes, such injuries permanently affect someone's ability to walk or talk or move. Partial or full paralysis is commonly caused by a spinal cord injury.
In many cases of spinal cord injuries, someone did something that caused such serious injuries. Finding out exactly what happened and holding that person or business accountable is the focus of West Palm Beach spinal cord injury lawyer David Glatthorn. Serving people throughout Florida, attorney Glatthorn has a well-earned reputation for thoroughly investigating complicated personal injury cases. He routinely reviews medical records and police reports. He interviews witnesses and visits the scene of the accident. He leaves no stone unturned.
Many different types of accidents can cause a spinal cord injury. Specifically, a spinal cord injury stems from a severe blow to the spine. Most spinal cord injuries (46 percent, according to the CDC) occur due to car accidents. Other common causes are motorcycle accidents and falls from a height. However your spinal cord injury happened, attorney Glatthorn can help.
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The vast majority (80 percent) of people who sustain spinal cord injuries are men, the CDC reports. Most spinal cord injury victims (70 percent) are young - between the ages of 15 and 35 years old. And in 25 percent of cases, alcohol played a major factor in the spinal cord injury. Here's another sobering statistic: a spinal cord injury can cost someone $500,000 to $3 million during a person's lifetime, the CDC reports.
Don't become another statistic. Contact attorney Glatthorn. Call 800-990-9394 and schedule a free case review. Someone did something to cause your injury. You shouldn't have to pay for someone else's mistakes. Take back control. Contact us today.