Some of the symptoms of spinal cord damage include poor coordination, paralysis, weakness, tingling, and numbness, loss of bladder and bowel movement and severe pain. Any kind of trauma that compresses, pulls, pushes sideways or just cuts your spinal cord may eventually cause spinal cord injury.
The first step is to get the proper diagnosis through a CT scan or an MRI to determine if there is spinal chord damage and the severity of said damage. The immediate medical treatment from the hospital should be to stabilize the spine. Sometimes the damage caused by the trauma may not necessarily lead to paralysis but the negligence in the medical team taking care of you can.
We establish who is responsible for the outcome and help you get fully compensated for the long term treatment that may involve intense program in rehabilitation therapy.