Nashville Neck & Spinal Cord Injury Lawyers
Representing Accident Victims Since 1977
Depending on the severity of an accident, the victim might suffer catastrophic
injuries. When these injuries impact the neck and spinal cord, devastating
and lifelong effects might be felt—especially if the injury affects
the victim’s ability to work. When you call Kinnard, Clayton &
Beveridge, our Nashville personal injury attorneys can explain your options
for seeking monetary compensation.
The team at Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge has helped injured individuals
seek compensation for lost wages and medical treatment since 1977. We
understand that neck and spinal cord injuries might cause dramatic changes
to range of motion, loss of feeling and even paralysis in some cases.
These injuries can be taxing for your entire family, and it is our goal
to ensure your future financial stability.
Understanding the Extent of a Spinal Cord Injury
As experienced personal injury attorneys in Nashville, TN, we take the
time to listen to our clients. With the help of medical experts, we can
advise our clients on their best course of action as it relates to their
specific injury and assist them in seeking an appropriate level of financial
In medical texts, the spinal cord is divided into five levels:
Cervical: This topmost level of the spinal cord controls the back of the head, the
neck, shoulders, arms and hands.
Thoracic: The next level of the spinal cord controls chest muscles and parts of
Lumbar: The central section of the spinal cord controls the abdomen, lower back
and some parts of the upper leg.
Sacral: The next level of the spinal cord controls the thighs, the lower leg and the feet.
Coccygeal: The lowest level of the spinal cord controls sensation and pain felt on
the skin of the lower back.
Depending on where the damage is located, there can be a wide range of
body motion restrictions. The more severe injuries might require constant
care for the rest of the individual's life. By consulting our experts,
we can get a better understanding of the injury and any future medical
care needs. With this information, we can negotiate with the insurance
company to reach a beneficial settlement.
Contact us today for a
free consultation: (615) 933-2893.