Vigorously Pursuing Justice After A Spinal Injury

Spinal cord injuries can cause excruciating chronic pain, limited mobility and loss of sensation in the affected areas. In severe cases, paraplegia, quadriplegia or even wrongful death may result. Spinal cord injuries also present a high risk of secondary physical and psychological complications, including blood clots, blocked arteries, lung infections, breathing difficulties and severe depression.

At DiFilippo, Flaherty & Steinhaus, PLLC, our catastrophic injury attorneys understand the devastating nature of spinal cord injuries. The physical and emotional trauma is only exacerbated by the overwhelming financial toll. We have more than 55 years of combined experience fighting to get compensation for injured clients and their families so they are able to adapt to a new way of living and move forward with their lives.

Call 716-539-9681 to schedule a free consultation with an East Aurora spinal cord injury attorney. We serve clients throughout Western New York.

Compensation For A Lifetime Of Care

Spinal cord injuries can be caused by any number of traumatic events, including auto accidents, falls, constructions site accidents, medical malpractice and animal attacks. Unfortunately, even a minor spinal cord injury can cause permanent disability.

The long-term cost of living with a catastrophic spinal cord injury can be staggering. Our accomplished lawyers aggressively pursue maximum compensation for medical bills, pain and suffering, lost wages, medical equipment, attendant care, mental health services, and modifications to your home and vehicles.

Hamburg Neck And Back Injury Attorneys

With a focus on compassionate client service, aggressive advocacy and proven results, DiFilippo, Flaherty & Steinhaus, PLLC, aims to be the only law firm you will need to visit to resolve your catastrophic injury matter and all your other legal needs. Email us or call 716-539-9681 or 716-652-9600 to discuss your particular case with one of our experienced attorneys.

Personal injury cases are taken on a contingency basis, meaning you pay no attorney fees unless we recover compensation on your behalf.