The Law on Spinal Cord Injury

The Definition of Spinal Cord Injury Spinal cord injury and fracture is a type of injury that may seriously damage the central nervous system in the spinal cord.  The function of spinal cord is that it is serves as the carrier of signals between the body and the brain and controls the body’s movements and sensation. If the spinal cord is damaged, it may result to permanent or temporary loss of motor control and sensation or permanent paralysis of one or more limbs. There are many possible causes of spinal cord injuries such as a trauma, blow or other impact to one’s pine as a result of a car accident or crash, a development disorder or a surgical mishap. What is a Spinal Cord Injury Law? A persona injury law usually classifies these kinds of injuries as chaotic an catastrophic injuries. If, in some case, the injury is caused by another person’s negligence it can result in a personal type of injury and in the case of a surgical, a medical malpractice…

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