Aggressive Representation for Brain Injury and Spinal Cord Injuries

An injury to your brain or spinal cord is likely to affect you for the rest of your life. If the injury occurred in an accident, now is a time when you could benefit from the advice of an experienced and compassionate lawyer. You may be entitled to compensation to help you meet the challenges you will face.

I am attorney Kurt M. Schultz in Plymouth, Michigan. I represent people who suffer serious injuries in car crashes, slip and falls, and other types of accidents. No matter how you were injured, call me at 734-392-8234 for a free case evaluation. I will take the time to answer your questions and explain your options without cost or obligation.

If you decide to retain my services, I will handle your case personally. I have recovered millions of dollars in compensation for my clients.

Helping Brain Injury Victims

People may suffer brain injuries in accidents without realizing it. Family members are often the first to notice symptoms such as irritability, personality changes, sensitivity to light or sounds, memory problems, and difficulty following directions. Unfortunately, the symptoms may not go away.

As your lawyer, I will be your advocate to ensure your loved one receives the treatment he or she needs.

Dealing With A Spinal Cord Injury

There are few injuries more devastating than a spinal cord injury that results in full or partial paralysis. Anyone who suffers paralysis in an accident will need significant ongoing treatment and therapy. You may need costly home and vehicle modifications. You will also need access to future treatment options as they become available.

Victims of spinal cord damage may one day recover lost sensation and movement. As your lawyer, I will work hard to make sure that money is there to meet your needs.

For More Information About Serious Injuries

To discuss your injury with me at no cost or obligation, call me at 734-392-8234. My law office is in Plymouth, and I serve clients throughout southeastern Michigan.