Spinal cord injury (SCI) can be permanent depending on the location and severity of the injury. The type of SCI sustained, in addition to the health and medical history of the patient, will play the largest roles in determining the permanence of the injury.
Parts of the Spine
The spine is broken into four parts:
If you have sustained a spinal cord injury, an insurance settlement may not be enough to cover all of your damages, making it important that you hire an attorney to represent your interests. In this short video, Redondo Beach personal injury attorney Michael Louis Kelly discusses what kind of attorney you should have on your side to help ensure full compensation for this type of catastrophic injury.