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Partial Paralysis

Partial Paralysis and South Carolina Workplace Accidents

A serious work-related accident such as a neck injury, spinal injury or back injury may leave you partially paralyzed and permanently disabled. Partial paralysis injuries often are the result of acute trauma, such as a fall on the job or a work-related car crash or heavy equipment accident. Many injuries causing partial paralysis involve an injury to the lower back, known as cauda equina syndrome.

Wherever the nerve damage occurred that caused partial paralysis, you are likely to have ongoing medical needs and require assistance for the rest of your life.

If you have been diagnosed with partial paralysis or paraplegia after a workplace accident, you have had a life-altering injury. It

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