Spinal and Brain Injuries

Spinal and Brain Injuries

Traumatic brain injuries (“TBI”) and spinal injuries (“SCI”) are often permanent, always life-changing, and affect the lives of both victims and their families. These injuries, whether involving permanent paralysis or not, are often caused by the fault of others, whether by surgical error, playground accidents, birth injury, workplace accident, chemical exposure, defective products, machinery failures or other.

No matter the cause of a traumatic brain or spinal cord injury, the impact on the life of the patient and their family can be devastating. Together, the brain and the spinal cord form the body’s central nervous system, arguably making them two of the most important parts of the human body.

Any amount of damage to these critical areas can easily put a strain on one’s quality of life, but more often than not, leads to something much worse such as paralysis or even death.

You may be entitled to compensation for spinal cord injuries, including:

  • Broken Back
  • Spinal Fracture
  • Herniated Disc
  • Spinal Cord Compression
  • Paralysis
  • Paraplegia
  • Quadriplegia
  • Fractured Vertebrae
  • Loss of Bladder or Bowel Control
  • Loss of Earnings
  • Loss of Sexual Functioning

If you or someone you love has a brain or spinal cord injury that was caused by the negligence of another person, it’s natural to feel angry and frustrated and to wonder where to turn. Where brain injury or spinal injury is the result of someone else’s wrongful conduct, experienced attorneys are required. The Law Office of John Christl is experienced to obtain full and fair compensation for those who have sustained such injuries.

The Law Office of John Christl understands that a brain injury and spinal trauma both produce long-term consequences that must be dealt with. We have deep compassion and concern for our clients, and the families of those who have sustained injury. 

Our office is located in Newport Beach, California. We serve Orange County, Los Angeles County, San Diego County, Riverside County, Ventura County, Santa Barbara County, and San Bernardino County.