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Complete vs. Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury

By February 10, 2015February 9th, 2017Spine Injury

An incomplete spinal cord injury occurs when the cord is damaged, perhaps even partially severed, but still one single unit. A complete spinal cord injury occurs when the spine is severed into more than one piece. Both of these injuries will have lasting consequences.

Depending on the location of the damage, a spinal cord injury may result in a partial or complete loss of muscle and nervous system function. This can include:

  • Paralysis
  • Loss of bowl and bladder function
  • Loss of sexual function

Loss of function typically occurs in those areas of the body controlled by the portion of the spine below the injury.

Seattle spinal cord injury attorney Stephen Hornbuckle understands the financial, physical, and emotional struggles that can follow this serious type of personal injury. With full dedication to helping you get the complete compensation you will need to live with and overcome your spinal cord injury, Attorney Hornbuckle is prepared to take your case as far as necessary and to protect you against predatory insurance companies until justice has been served. Please call our office at (425) 679-0742 or contact us online today to schedule a free case evaluation and learn more about your rights.

The Hornbuckle Firm fights for victims of spinal cord injury in Seattle, Tacoma, Bellevue, and surrounding areas of Washington.

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