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Catastrophic Injuries

Brain and Spinal Cord Injuries 

The National Center for Injury Prevention states that 1.5 million Americans sustain a brain and spinal cord injury each year. Of those, 50,000 die, and over 1 million are treated in hospitals. Many of these victims are children, who are most at risk. Almost 500,000 children suffer serious brain and spinal cord injuries as a result of accidents each year. Brain and spinal cord injuries as a result of an accident can be devastating, and may cause serious permanent health issues. In many cases, brain and spinal cord injuries are due to the negligence and recklessness of someone else, and may have been prevented.

Trauma to the head or neck region may cause subdural hematoma, closed head injury, concussion, hemorrhaging, intracranial pressure, and swelling. This can unfortunately cause global hypoxia, anoxic brain injury or hypoxic brain injury, and other forms of minor and significant brain damage. Most dangerously, a brain injury can result in cognitive impairment, a coma, a persistent vegetative state, and in some cases, death.

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At Razi Law Group, our experienced brain and spinal cord injuries lawyers will seek to get the damages you deserve for the pain, distress, and life changing physical effects of your injury. We understand that the injuries you have suffered cannot be reversed, but our attorneys will do their best to help you and your family secure your future. Brain and spinal cord injured victims, as well as their families, need lawyers who understand the medical, physical, economic, and psychological impacts of their injuries. 

We represent clients who have suffered severe brain and spinal cord injuries due to: 


Medical malpractice

Shaken baby syndrome

Head trauma, traumatic head injury

Skull fracture caused by car accidents, truck accidents or motorcycle accidents


Recreational activity accidents, including boating, ocean sports, and ATV riding

Other blunt force trauma

Birth Injuries

Anoxic brain injury, lack of oxygen 


Brain and spinal cord injuries can be permanent and can require long-term medical care. At Razi Law Group, our attorneys know how to get you every type of compensation you will need to cope with this devastating condition. The attorneys of the Razi Law Group are prepared to investigate, file suit, and prosecute your claim with intensity, dedication, and compassion. Please contact our office today for assistance in your brain and spinal cord injury case.