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Quincy Spinal Cord Injury

The Massachusetts spinal cord injury lawyers at Sheff Law are experienced at handling spinal cord injuries in Quincy, Massachusetts and surrounding communities and neighborhoods.Spinal cord injuries are devastating to the victim and their loved ones, and while some injuries tend to be mild, many are severe and life changing. Some spinal cord injuries can lead to permanent nerve damage, which could lead to permanent disability and loss of sensation below the vertebral level. General spinal cord injury symptoms include:

  • Abrupt loss of consciousness
  • Brutal back pain or pressure buildup in back, head, or neck
  • Extreme weakness, clumsiness, or immobility in any body part
  • Numbness in hands, finger, feet, or toes
  • Loss of bladder and/ or bowel control
  • Inability to establish equilibrium
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Oddly positioned torso or neck

Quincy is considered home to over 90,000 making it the 8th largest populated city in the state. Quincy is divided into thirteen different neighborhoods, which has a large school system consisting of one early childhood education center, one Montessori school, one Catholic school, one college preparatory school, one college of liberal arts and sciences, one community college, two public high schools, five public middle schools, and 12 public elementary schools. The schools within Quincy create a city that is lively and energetic.Quincy also has a booming financial economy. In the past Quincy was known for manufacturing and its heavy industry, however, Quincy is now known for its financial center. Many companies have their corporate headquarters based in the financial center alongside other major offices such as, Harvard Pilgrim Health Care and Boston Scientific. Quincy also provides its residents and visitors with many transportation options.Quincy has access to four different “T” options, which are through Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority’s (MBTA) Red Line. The stops are located at North Quincy Station, Wollaston Station, Quincy Center Station, and Quincy Adams Station. Quincy also offers access to some major highways; for example, I-93, U.S. Route 1, Route 128, and Route 3.Quincy is a growing city, but this increases the risk of a possible spinal cord injury. A spinal cord injury could occur very easily. A simple fall down the stairs at a T station, a car accident, or a sports injury can all cause a spinal cord injury.If you have suffered from an accident due to another’s negligence or recklessness and believe you have a spinal cord injury, first seek medical attention.At Sheff Law we understand our clients and the results they deserve. That is why Sheff Law offers over one hundred and thirty years of professional services to our clients. Our experience and dedication to our clients helps them achieve the results the want and deserve. Sheff Law handles spinal cord injuries throughout Massachusetts.For free legal advice and a free consultation contact our Quincy spinal cord injury lawyers today at 888-423-4477 or 617-227-7000 or fill out our free form online.