Paralysis Lawyer Denville, NJ
Skilled Personal Injury Attorney Representing Victims of Paralysis in Morris County, Sussex County, and Throughout New Jersey
At Hoyt & Hoyt, PC, in Morristown, we can put more than 35 years of personal injury litigation experience behind you and help you pursue full and fair compensation when an accident, someone’s error or medical negligence causes paralysis to you or someone you love.
We offer representation backed by successful verdicts and settlements for former clients. Attorney Jack Hoyt is recognized by peers in the legal profession as one of the top lawyers in New Jersey. When you work with our office, you work with a lawyer who is certified as a trial attorney by the New Jersey Supreme Court and an office that is committed to providing outstanding client service, effective legal advice, and tireless representation. We represent clients throughout NJ, including Morristown, Parsippany-Troy Hills, Mount Olive, Rockaway, and Pequannock.
Handling the Full Variety of Paralysis Cases in Denville, New Jersey
When you say the word paralysis, people naturally think of a broken back or spinal cord injury. Many other kinds of injury and nerve damage can create paralysis in localized areas and even individual limbs.
- A damaged or severed nerve injured during a surgical procedure
- A spinal cord injury from a car accident that isn’t immediately recognized
- Serious muscle or neurological damage associated with an incorrect prescription or treatment
- Failure to diagnose a medical condition that leads to localized paralysis or brain injury
- A paralyzing back injury resulting from trauma associated with a car accident or construction site accident
Paralysis can be temporary or permanent. It can completely shake the foundation of your life. The loss of use of a hand or other localized limb can leave you with unexpected financial and practical challenges, lost wages, expensive rehabilitation and an uncertain future.
Schedule a Free Consultation with Experienced Montville Paralysis Attorneys
Contact our office by calling us at 973-292-2299 or scheduling an appointment online. With free initial consultations and contingency fee arrangements, it costs you nothing to have your case evaluated and find out your rights. It could cost you everything if you don’t.
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