Wilmington Spinal Cord Injury Attorneys
Holding Negligent Parties Accountable for Back Injuries in North Carolina
At Daniel, Holoman & Associates LLP, we focus on the true best interests of our clients victimized by negligence. Spinal cord injuries are far too complicated to accept an immediate lump sum of money that ignores long-term needs.
A quick settlement in a spinal cord injury case ignores the complexity of the damage done to you or your family member. While the insurance company may make a compelling argument for a quick resolution in your "best interests," their offer represents a fraction of the true value of your case.
We represent people throughout the Southeast in North Carolina, Kentucky, and Tennessee.
How Much Compensation is Normal for a Spinal Injury?
Determining the right amount of compensation for catastrophic personal injuries can be extremely difficult. Unlike with general personal injury claims, spinal cord injury claims often seek to obtain compensation for the victim that takes into account the needs that they will face throughout the rest of their life due to their injuries. For example, our attorneys may seek to obtain compensation for any of the following, depending on the seriousness of your case:
- Compensation for medical treatment, both at the time of your injury, and if you require additional treatment at a later time in your life
- Compensation for adaptive technology, if your injuries have rendered you bound to a wheelchair or unable to move about without assistance, we can attempt to recover financial compensation that will help get you the best wheelchair and other assistive devices you need
- Compensation for lifelong care; if your injuries are so extensive that they require you to have continuous care for the rest of your life, we can help get you the compensation to afford the standard of care you need
- Loss of consortium or loss of enjoyment; we can pursue compensation to help alleviate some of the emotional burden placed on your and your spouse or loved one following your accident
Depending on your case, you may be eligible to receive compensation for other damages as well.
Thoughtful Representation from Experienced Lawyers
Personal injury attorneys Butler Daniel, Thomas Pleasant, and M. Justin Holoman bring over 35 years of combined experience to each injury case. They spend time with their clients personally, identifying their needs and mapping out strategies and life care plans for a future filled with challenges. The following conditions require long-term thinking on the part of the victims and their families:
- Spine injuries
- Neck injuries
- Brain injuries
- Catastrophic injuries
We do our best to guide clients in thinking about their futures.
Handling All Types of Spinal Injury Cases
From surgical errors at a community hospital to a catastrophic personal collision with a commercial truck on the interstate, the possible causes of severe back injuries are many and varied. If you sustained a spinal cord compression, compressive lesions, a post-operative hematoma, or any degree of paralysis, trust our team to fight for maximum compensation on your behalf.
Daniel, Holoman & Associates LLP handles personal injury litigation throughout the Southeast, including North Carolina, Kentucky, and Tennessee.
We Are Not a Case Mill Firm
We keep a low case volume so that we can dedicate the massive amount of time, energy, and resources that each case deserves.
Primary Focus on Serious Injury Cases
We handle serious medical malpractice cases. Other law firms around the country refer us cases they are not equipped to take on or are afraid to handle.
Trained & Experienced Trial Lawyers
Many lawyers who advertise for and take injury cases are either unwilling or afraid to take cases to trial if necessary to achieve a fair result, but we have extensive experience with actual medical malpractice and nursing home negligence jury trials. We prepare every single case as if we will go to trial.
A Focused, Creative, Collaborative Team Approach
Our attorneys work together on virtually all of our cases in order to secure the best possible outcome. Two minds are always better than one.