How our paralysis specialists can help

paralysis frequently asked questions

There can often be a lot of financial pressure on the injured person and/or their family with injuries such as paralysis, so early requests for interim payments are important to help ease the financial burden at what is already a stressful time.  Interim payments may not only be required to meet normal daily bills, but also to purchase specialist equipment for rehabilitation needs. Our team of specialist serious injury solicitors are leading experts in paralysis compensation claims, and will be able to guide you through the legal process. 
Paralysis can be localised or generalised; either specific to a certain part of the body or where a larger area is affected. Generalised paralysis includes monoplegia, hemiplegia, paraplegia and tetraplegia.  
Paralysis can also impact an individual’s sexuality. This can include changes in physical functioning, sensation and response. Paralysis may also result in a number of other health issues such as urinary incontinence, bowel incontinence and issues with respiratory health. 

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