Spinal Cord Injury Lawyer

Personal Injury Lawyers Serving Tucson, Phoenix, Flagstaff and all Arizona cities and communities

The brain and spinal cord compose the body’s central nervous system. When either one is damaged, it can severely affect all aspects of the body’s functioning. This damage can be caused by illness or inherited conditions, but is often caused by trauma inflicted by preventable accidents. When the spinal cord is hurt, the impact on a person’s life can be far-reaching and severe.

If you or a member of your family has suffered from a spinal cord injury, we can help. Tucson, Phoenix, and Flagstaff spinal cord injury lawyers Miller, Pitt, Feldman & McAnally, P.C., can provide the legal advice and representation you need to see justice done. Call us to discuss your case today.

Consequences of Spinal Cord Damage

A spinal cord injury can be either complete or incomplete. If it is complete, the spinal cord is damaged so severely that all sensation and functioning below the injury site is lost. Incomplete injuries allow limited sensation, function, or both, but can still have disastrous consequences for patients.

The effects of spinal cord damage will depend on the location of the injury along the spine. Our Tucson and Phoenix spinal cord injury attorneys are committed to helping victims suffering from:

These tragic conditions are often caused by accidents like car crashes, sports injuries, and long falls. If your life has been changed by an incident like these, we can help you win the compensation you need.

Meet Our Personal Injury Attorneys

Gerald Maltz


Business Litigation -- Personal Injury -- Mediation and Arbitration

Tom Cotter


Personal Injury -- Insurance Bad Faith -- Medical Malpractice

José de Jesús Rivera


Former U.S. Attorney for Ariz. -- Personal Injury -- Criminal Defense

Stanley G. Feldman

Attorney, Of Counsel

Retired Arizona Supreme Court Chief Justice -- Personal Injury -- Mediation and…

Peter Timoleon Limperis


Personal Injury -- Medical Malpractice -- Defamation

Jeff Imig


Personal Injury -- Medical Malpractice