Michigan Paraplegia Attorneys
After beginning to come to terms with the physical challenges of a serious injury accident that results in paralysis and paraplegia, people inevitably begin to ask themselves the tough financial questions. They wonder:
- How will we keep our income?
- How will we pay expensive medical bills?
- How will we afford the renovations to our house that are needed?
- How will we get ongoing care?
At the Michigan law office of Bredell & Bredell, our goal is to help you find practical and complete answers to these and other tough questions. After a serious injury resulting in paraplegia, we understand the challenging road to recovery that you face. Our attorneys are highly respected professionals with decades of experience helping the seriously injured and their family get full and fair compensation following a catastrophic injury.
The Tools, Knowledge And Resources You Need
If someone else’s negligence caused or played a significant role in an injury-related accident resulting in paraplegia or serious spinal injury, you need to talk to a lawyer to make sure your rights are protected.
Whether your injury is the result of a car accident, an on-the-job injury, our firm will work to help you get the results you need.
We are proud to be recognized as an AV rated law firm by the peer review rating system of Martindale-Hubbell.* We are also members of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum based on our proven record of success in handling high-value and complex cases. We offer our clients strong and dependable guidance through tough situations and the resources to understand your case and move forward.
Rely On Our Lawyers
To sit down with a personal injury attorney, call our office at 734-274-2876 to schedule an appointment, or get in touch with us through our convenient online form.
*CV, BV, and AV are registered certification marks of Reed Elsevier Properties Inc., used in accordance with the Martindale-Hubbell certification procedures, standards, and policies.
Martindale-Hubbell is the facilitator of a peer review rating process. Ratings reflect the confidential opinions of members of the Bar and the judiciary. Martindale-Hubbell ratings fall into two categories – legal ability and general ethical standards.