North Carolina Lawyers for Spinal Cord Injury Victims

Paralysis and Severe Spine Injuries

Nothing changes life faster and more permanently than a spinal cord injury. Losing one's mobility can be a worst nightmare. And when the tragedy could have been prevented, it's all the more devastating.

The Law Offices of Wade E. Byrd in Fayetteville, North Carolina has a proven compassion and commitment for victims of spinal cord injuries or permanently disabling back or neck injuries. Through numerous verdicts and settlements, we have fought to obtain maximum damages for clients.

Is Your Loved One Paralyzed Because of Another's Negligence?
Contact us for a free case evaluation, including home or hospital visits. Our attorneys have represented clients across North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia, Virginia and beyond.

Spinal Cord Injury Compensation

We work with a variety of experts who have experience in permanent disability cases to determine our clients' long-term financial needs. Depending on where the spinal cord was severed or damaged, care requirements may range from needing a wheelchair or home modifications to round-the-clock nursing assistance.

With 25 years of experience, trial lawyer Wade Byrd has handled both personal injury and medical malpractice cases resulting in paraplegia, quadriplegia, loss of sensation and partial loss of function:

  • A 38-year-old man entered the hospital for emergency care. Doctors were aware he had a rare spinal condition, but literally broke his neck attempting to intubate him. The sawing impact on his exposed spinal cord left him quadriplegic and requiring a ventilator to breathe. We settled the case for $15 million.
  • We won damages for a young soldier who was left paraplegic from a diving accident. We demonstrated that the owners of a swimming facility were negligent by not posting any signs relating to water depth.

To find out more about our experience in spinal cord injury litigation, and to discuss your loved one's case in a free initial consultation, call our Fayetteville office today at (910) 401-3590.

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