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Spinal Cord Injury Tips

Spinal cord injuries are some of the worst things that can happen to any person in their life. When you get a spinal cord injury your pretty much damage for the rest of your life and you have to take medication or stand a hospital bill in order to stay safe. People with spinal cord injuries go through years and years of training in order to reassociate their body with normal movements. A spinal cord injury can happen while getting in a car accident or playing a contact sport, which make them quite common with young men.

Let’s take a look at some spinal cord injury tips that you might never have heard of before. These tips might just save your life after the spinal cord injury occurs. They also get you the most compensation possible from the negligent party.

Stay Exactly Where You Are Until Support Comes

One of the common mistakes that people make after they get a spinal cord injury is they start moving around or letting other people move them around. This is one of the worst things you can do considering that moving around with a spinal cord injury can cause much further damage. Think about just staying on the ground or in your chair in order to isolate the situation and wait around for paramedics to arrive. Other people might claim that they are qualified, but it is your life and you are the one that dictates exactly who should be moving you around.

Have Someone Take Pictures of the Situation

Talk to a friend and have them take as many pictures as possible of the situation. If you are lying on the ground have been take pictures of people who are trying to help you and have them take pictures of your injuries. Asked them to document all of the possible negligent parties so that you can present this information to your personal injury lawyer so that they can put together a case that gets you the most compensation possible.

Don’t Talk to Possible Negligent Parties

When you talk to possible negligent parties you potentially give up information that could be held against you in the court. Refrain from speaking to everyone even if it is your friend or coach. Have your personal injury lawyer speak to all of the parties until you realize exactly who was negligent and causing your spinal cord injury. Once the dust has settled you can then go back to speaking to whoever you want, but before that let your personal injury lawyer handle everything.

Drop a line in the comments section below if you have ever experienced a spinal cord injury in the past. Let us know how you responded to this accident and if you receive the compensation you deserve from the accident.

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