California’s Premier Litigation Law Attorneys

Spinal Injuries

Recognized Nationwide For Our Success

In the highest personal injury settlement in the history of the United States,* Callahan & Blaine obtained a $50 million settlement for two pedestrians who were hit by a car and suffered spinal cord injuries that caused quadriplegia. The firm’s experience and success in this area of law are nearly unmatched in Southern California.

Our attorneys understand the importance of working with medical experts to provide detailed injury diagnoses as well as prognoses for the years to come. Looking ahead to the injury’s effects on the victims’ ability to care for themselves and return to work will help us make claims for the amount of compensation they will truly need. We include all applicable losses and needs when we value a case, including:

  • Past, present and future medical expenses
  • Long-term care
  • Rehabilitative and occupational therapy
  • Medical equipment
  • Psychological counseling
  • Modifications to the home and vehicles
  • Past, present and future lost wages
  • Monthly expenses
  • Pain and suffering

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Spinal cord injuries are most commonly caused by vehicle accidents and falls. The firm has considerable experience with all types of vehicle accident cases, including truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, and pedestrian accidents. We have recovered significant settlements for clients who suffered spinal cord injuries due to the actions of parties such as negligent drivers, property owners, and municipalities.

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In addition, our skill as trial lawyers sets us apart from our competitors. Most of our cases settle without the need for a trial, however, because of our thorough case preparation and willingness to take opponents to court. Contact the firm in Santa Ana for an initial consultation to discuss how Callahan & Blaine may help you and your family seek the compensation you need.

*Certified by West Trial Digest.