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    Spinal Cord Injury Lawyer in Maryland

    Are you searching for legal representation from an experienced spinal cord injury lawyer in Maryland? The Snyder Law Group can provide you with the skilled lawyer you need. We have years of experience representing spinal injury victims throughout the state and are ready to support your claim. Doctors, car drivers, and any other person or institution responsible for your injury must be held accountable. At The Snyder Law Group, we have a successful record of cases won for our clients throughout Maryland and D.C. Reach out today to start discussing your case. 

    Work With The Snyder Legal Professionals 

    At The Snyder Law Group, we understand how overwhelming it can be to pursue justice for a severe medical injury. The experience of our lawyers allows us to create a compelling case that helps you receive the substantial compensation you need. When you work with us, you can take advantage of the following benefits: 

    • The support of a law group that has an excellent track record of winning millions for clients
    • Award-winning legal counsel and representation 
    • Unparalleled preparation for every case
    • You don’t pay unless we win 

    The Consequences of Spinal Injuries

    Spinal cord damage can lead to lifelong consequences for your entire body. The spine plays a crucial role in many body functions, so when your spine is injured, the following can result: 

    • Muscle spasms
    • Paralysis 
    • Lack of reflexes below the injured point
    • Sensitivity to pain or stimuli 

    When the spinal damage is located at the top of the spinal column, a person can lose control of involuntary functions like breathing. These far-reaching injuries often require long-term medical care and dependence on costly treatments, equipment, and physical therapy.

    Common Injuries to the Spinal Cord

    Your spinal cord does not have to be severed for serious problems to arise. Even minor injuries can lead to disruptive bladder and bowel dysfunction, low blood pressure, and chronic pain.

    The most common spinal cord injuries are: 

    • Laceration or severing of the nerve fibers
    • Contusion or spinal bruising
    • Central Cord Syndrome, or damage to the corticospinal tracts in the cervical spine region 
    • Compression from spinal pressure

    Central Cord Syndrome and lacerations can both result from surgical errors or automobile accidents. 

    Fight For a Satisfying Financial Settlement 

    Your spinal cord injury lawyer in Maryland is prepared to do all they can to help you recover from the life-changing negligence you experienced. Your Snyder lawyer knows how to fight for the proper compensation you require for your future medical care. 

    You may claim damages to cover costs for your injury-related losses, including: 

    • Lost wages
    • Medical expenses
    • Pain and suffering
    • Accident-related expenses 

    The Snyder Law Group attorneys are prepared to support your path to recovery and help you receive your ideal settlement from those responsible for your injuries. 

    Call 410-THE-FIRM (843-3476) For a Free Case Evaluation From Your Spinal Cord Injury Lawyer in Maryland

    The Snyder Law Group, LLC proudly represents clients throughout Baltimore County and Baltimore City, Maryland. Our experienced attorneys understand the frustration that comes with an insurance company, medical professional, or another party that refuses to accept liability for negligent or reckless behavior. You can take heart in knowing there are talented and experienced lawyers ready to work for you. Please visit our website, www.410thefirm.com, for more information and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

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