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Along with a loss of muscle function, someone who becomes paralyzed may have to endure any number of different psychological problems ranging from depression to post-traumatic stress disorder. Additionally, a paralysis injury may have a detrimental effect on the injured person’s family as they may have to take care of or financially support them for the rest of their lives.

A Monument paralysis injury lawyer could help you and your life if you were left paralyzed following an accident caused by the reckless actions of another person. Hiring a dedicated attorney is an important first step to obtaining damages and moving forward after your injury.

What are the Different Types of Paralysis?

No two paralysis injuries are the same. The severity of the injury and the impact it has on one individual can vary drastically from another person’s experience. In a Monument paralysis injury case, an attorney could work to convey how the severity of their condition has impacted the claimant’s life.


Monoplegia only affects one part of the body, such as a leg or arm. Although commonly caused by cerebral palsy, it also can be caused by a traumatic brain injury (TBI) as well.


Hemiplegia leads to immobility strictly on one side of the body. This form of paralysis also is most commonly associated with cerebral palsy but may occur as a result of TBI.


Paraplegia occurs when someone loses their ability to control their limbs and organs below the waist. Damage to the upper or middle part of the spine typically causes this condition of immobility.


Quadriplegia is the most extensive form of paralysis and involves the loss of feeling and motor skills below the neck. Someone with quadriplegia generally must use rehabilitative equipment or mobility aids to perform daily tasks. Additionally, this person may need at-home medical care, which could become costly.

Shared Fault in Paralysis Injury Cases

An important legal concept that comes into play in some paralysis injury lawsuits is called comparative fault. Colorado Revised Statute §13-21-111 imposes a bar on damages for personal injury plaintiffs who are 50 percent or more to blame. This law allows a partially liable plaintiff to recover damages but in an amount reduced by their percentage of fault.

Comparative fault could potentially play a role in these cases in a variety of ways. For instance, if the plaintiff was partially to blame for the car accident that caused them to become paralyzed, this could impact their compensatory award. A Monument attorney could explain how comparative fault may affect an individual’s paralysis injury case and the compensation they may obtain.

Reach out to a Monument Paralysis Injury Attorney Today 

It is an unfortunate fact that some conditions of immobility are a common outcome to many different types of accidents. No matter how the cause, though, a paralysis injury can make it hard, if not impossible, for you to earn an income or perform your daily routine. Contact a Monument paralysis injury lawyer today if you are interested in pursuing compensation for your condition.

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