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5 important facts about serious spinal cord injuries

Spinal cord injuries may require lifetime care and may never fully heal. The goal, through treatment and rehabilitation, is always to get back to a full range of motor function. Unfortunately, that's simply not always possible. These injuries can be very expensive immediately after they occur and those expenses can then mount as life-long medical assistance becomes necessary. Young people especially must understand the risks, as they may have decades to live with an injury. To help college students and young professionals get a better understanding of these catastrophic injuries, here are a five keys facts about spinal cord injuries, according to the National Spinal Cord Injury Statistical Center:

Reviewing the Process of Filing a Personal Injury Claim

Personal injury claims are often filed by individuals who are injured in accidents caused by the intentional or unintentional negligence of other parties. If you file a personal injury claim, it will only be considered viable if it is proven that the other entity failed to exercise a legal duty owed to you, thus resulting in your injuries. Personal injuries typically result from dog bites, slip and fall accidents, auto accidents, and professional negligence.

Elements that must be proven in a slip-and-fall claim

Too many people make the mistake of thinking that a slip-and-fall accident is little more than the result of a person's clumsiness, or that any injuries suffered would be considered minor. However, the fact is that slipping or tripping accidents have the potential to cause severe injuries. A person could break bones, hit his or her head, or even suffer spinal cord injuries in a serious fall.

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