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Spinal cord injuries are traumatic and can have long-term debilitating side effects. Your life is
likely to never be the same after one of these catastrophic injuries. And while there are dozens
of ways you can injure your spine, if your accident was preventable and/or caused by someone
else’s actions or inaction, you can be owed legal damages.

Your story matters to us.

Our founding lawyer, Ed Flores, has lived the experience of a loved one with paralysis. One
cannot possibly communicate the anguish and suffering of a paralyzed person and her family
unless one has lived it. That is why a good lawyer will frequent his client’s home and experience
a day in the life of the injured client.

At Flores Law Group, Ed Flores lived that experience for more than 30 years from day zero to the end. He gets it and can communicate this pain. You should not have to suffer a debilitating injury because of someone else’s behavior. If you
have been the victim of a spinal cord injury, you need to contact our law firm to learn what
financial compensation you are entitled to.

What Are Some Accidents That Can Lead to a Spinal Cord Injury?

Your spine is more vulnerable than you might realize, and there are many ways it can become
damaged. Below are a handful of the most common accidents that can lead to a spinal cord
injury that you could seek compensation for.

● Motorcycle accidents

● Automotive accidents

● Being a victim of a DUI

● Slip or fall caused by hazardous conditions or someone else’s negligence

● On-the-job accidents

● Being struck by heavy objects

● Being a victim of assault

● Being attacked with a deadly weapon

What Type of Damages Could I Be Entitled To?

Suffering a spinal cord injury is often extraordinarily traumatizing and can leave the victim with
severe medical and emotional damage.

The physical injuries could require years of surgeries and painful rehabilitation for some people,
while others may experience permanent paralysis. Victims can often also suffer from mental
decline and have severe post-traumatic stress disorder or chronic anxiety and depression.

These are just some of the after-effects spinal injuries might have on the victim.

All of this trauma and misery can mean you are owed a lot of damages from the company or
person responsible for you being harmed.

After your spinal cord injury, you could be entitled to the following damages.

● Past, present, and future medical expenses related to your accident.

● Lost wages if your injuries prevented you from working.

● Pain and suffering if your mental health has declined since your accident.

● Diminished earning capacity if you can no longer earn the same living as before your

● Punitive damages.

● Legal costs.

Should I Hire an Attorney for My Spinal Cord Injury Case?

If you want to collect damages after your spinal injury accident, then you will need the
assistance of a skilled personal injury lawyer. Navigating the complicated road of liability
lawsuits is challenging. And the other side is going to use every legal trick in the book to ensure
you do not get the money you deserve. So turn to the experts at our law firm to ensure you get every penny you are entitled to.

What Should I Do If The Insurance Company Reaches Out To Me?

An insurer’s only job is to undercut you as much as possible. Insurance companies care about
protecting profits, so they will try to throw you off to avoid a big payout.
Some tactics an insurance company might try include:

● Offer you a quick settlement. They are hoping you will be in an emotional panic after
your accident, and they will try to get you to agree to a quick cash settlement. This
settlement will not be anything close to what you deserve for your injuries.

● They may try to trick you into providing too much information or admitting fault for the
accident. Avoid telling the insurer unnecessary information and never apologize for the
accident or take any blame.

● They will try to pressure you into signing or accepting offers without giving you a chance
to think about what is happening. If you give into this tactic, you may be signing your
rights away for fair compensation.

If an insurance company reaches out to you, tell them that all communications need to go
through your lawyer. And never, ever sign anything or allow yourself to be recorded without your
lawyer present.

How Can Your Law Firm Help Me?

At our law firm, our spinal cord injury lawyers are dedicated to helping you get the money you
deserve. Spinal injuries are some of the most catastrophic injuries people can suffer, and you
should not have to deal with legal stress while you are trying to heal.

If an action or negligence on someone else’s part leaves you with a spinal cord injury, then our
law firm wants to hold them responsible for the pain and suffering they caused you and your

Our personal injury attorneys specialize in helping victims like yourself.

We will review police and medical reports, interview key witnesses, and evaluate photo or video
evidence of your accident.

Next, we will advise you on your best options and which damages you should go after. We will
be with you every step of the way. Handling the mounds of legal paperwork, dealing with
insurance companies, and tackling any unexpected issues that may arise.

The good news is that most spinal cord injury suits end in a settlement. Our personal injury
lawyers will work to get you a fair settlement and remove the stress from this process for you.
If, for some reason, you are not offered a fair settlement, our team is experienced and ready to
go to trial. Our law firm will argue on your behalf in court to get you the proper financial

You can count on our law firm to be with you every step of the way.

When Should I Contact A Spinal Cord Injury Lawyer?

The simple answer is the sooner, the better. If you wait, vital evidence for your case can be lost.
Plus, you are giving the at-fault party or insurance company time to build a case against you.
Additionally, each state has a statute of limitations for filing personal injury suits, and you do not
want to risk that window closing on you.

Contact our law firm as soon as you can. Our team of legal experts will start investigating your

Your medical costs will pile up quickly, so it is better if you start the legal process as soon as
you are able to.

Edward R. Flores, Esq.

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(714) 769-1200

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