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Spinal Cord Injury

A spinal cord injury can be a devastating event for the victim and his or her loved ones. A spinal cord injury can be caused from car accidents, workplace accidents, and truck accidents and can have lifelong consequences.  Spinal cord injuries are classified as “complete” or “incomplete.”  In a complete spinal cord injury, the injured person loses all ability to feel and move below the level of injury to the injured person’s spine.  In an incomplete spinal cord injury, there is some functioning and feeling below the level of injury to the injured person’s spine.

People suffering from spinal cord injuries often require home medical care, assistance with daily living, and modifications to their home.  That’s why it is important to contact a spinal cord injury lawyer.   At the Law Offices of John W. Hurst, P.C., we are here to help you and understand the trauma and emotional toll you may be experiencing.  John Hurst, a former insurance company attorney, knows how insurance companies operate and uses this knowledge to fight for people with spinal cord injuries.  We represent individuals on a contingent fee basis, meaning we charge no attorney’s fees until a settlement or verdict is obtained.  To contact us about your case or the case of a loved one with a spinal cord injury you can call us for a free consultation at 404-932-9596 or fill out our online form.

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The Law Offices of John W. Hurst, P.C. represents clients in the metro Atlanta area, including Smyrna, Vinings, Marietta, Mableton, Kennesaw,Douglasville, Cobb County, Villa Rica, Paulding County, Alpharetta, Fairburn,  Sandy Springs, Fulton County, Roswell, Decatur, DeKalb County, Lithonia, Druid Hills, Dunwoody, Tucker, Duluth, Acworth, Fayetteville, Lawrenceville, Norcross, Chamblee, Snellville, Woodstock, Gainesville, Morrow, Carrollton, College Park, Peachtree City, Riverdale, Newnan, Conyers, Covington, Canton, Milton, John's Creek, Stockbridge, McDonough, Buford, Cumming, Athens, and other cities and counties throughout the State of Georgia.