What is Paralysis?
Paralysis is a loss or impairment of motor function in one or more muscle groups. Paralysis can be the loss of voluntary movement, such as in conditions of paraplegia or quadriplegia. The mechanism of paralysis is the interruption of one or more motor pathways at any point from the cerebrum to the muscle fiber. If you or a loved one has suffered paraplegia or quadriplegia due to someone else’s carelessness, please contact one of our personal injury attorneys at Swartz & Swartz, P.C. for a free consultation.
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