Quadriplegia, Paraplegia

Protecting the Rights of People Who Have Been Paralyzed

At the law office of Pickett Dummigan McCall LLP, we work to create real results for those who have suffered a personal injury, including people who have paraplegia or quadriplegia because of a spinal cord injury. We take a powerful stance, fighting hard to help you get full and fair compensation for all your losses. With extensive knowledge of and experience with insurance matters, we will deal directly with your insurance carrier if you have difficulties getting the benefits to which you are entitled. We are committed to using our skill, experience, knowledge and resources to get the results you want.

We handle all matters related to claims for damages when people have been paralyzed in accidents caused by the carelessness or negligence of others. We will be your liaison with insurers, helping you minimize the risk of delay or denial. We will also prepare and file all necessary documentation to seek compensation through the courts and will act on your behalf in all hearings or proceedings.

Our lawyers take claims involving paraplegia or quadriplegia resulting from any type of injury, including:

Because of our experience, we understand the full extent of the serious and catastrophic injuries that can lead to paralysis. You or your loved one may require lifelong care and may never be able to work again. You may need to retrofit your home or vehicle to accommodate your injury. If you are married, you may be unable to enjoy an intimate relationship with your spouse. We will help you seek full and fair compensation for all your losses, including wages and income, medical expenses, and physical pain and suffering.

Contact Pickett Dummigan McCall LLP For Legal Help

We offer a free initial consultation. To set up an appointment with one of our experienced Oregon paralysis lawyers, contact us online or call our office at 503-405-8037. We handle claims in the state and federal courts in Oregon and Washington.

We take claims involving quadriplegia or paraplegia on a contingency basis. We will only charge legal fees if we are able to recover compensation for your losses.