Spinal Cord Injury

Wyoming And Colorado Representation For
Paralysis Or A Disabling Back Injury

A spinal cord injury is a devastating injury, both for the victim and for family members. Life changes completely with a spinal cord injury. Victims are robbed of their independence and quality of life. Routine activities become a challenge, and the victim often must change careers or stop working altogether.

The Rhodes Law Firm, LLC provides skilled and compassionate advocacy for those who have suffered serious and catastrophic spinal injuries. We have helped clients recover damages to fund a lifetime of special care, and compensation for other losses, including lost income, permanent physical impairment, and quality of life damages.

With offices in Cheyenne and Fort Collins, our law firm serves injury victims throughout Wyoming and northern Colorado. Call us at 307-634-4444 for a free consultation.

Experience With Spinal Cord, Neck And Back Injury

From 15 years of experience in health care before she became a personal injury lawyer, Diana Rhodes has a unique understanding of her client’s injuries and care needs. She has skillfully represented victims of auto accidents and other tragedies caused by others’ negligence that resulted in:

  • Paraplegia or quadriplegia
  • Partial paralysis or loss of sensation
  • Herniated disc
  • Fractured vertebrae
  • Chronic pain from back injury

Spinal cord damage is irreversible. Other back injury victims may recover some function through surgery and intense physical therapy. Either way, the costs of care are huge.

Ms. Rhodes retains professionals who works with your health care providers to develop a life care plan to determine the current and future day-to-day care requirements and future considerations to allow the injured victim to live in their own home as long as possible. This may include nursing care or part-time aides, specially equipped vans and wheelchairs, and modifications to the home. We consult with medical specialists, economists and other experts to present a plan for total compensation, including future medical expenses, future care expenses, projected lost earnings, loss of quality of life, and pain and suffering.

We invest the time and the resources necessary to help clients disabled by spinal injuries obtain the monetary compensation available to them. And we work on a contingency basis — no attorney’s fees unless we secure compensation.

Direct Contact With A Caring, Competent Attorney

Contact us today by phone, e-mail or fax for a free initial consultation. Diana Rhodes provides personalized attention and powerful legal advocacy for this devastating time in your life.