Wrongful Death Claims
Including surgical errors and failure to diagnose.
A spinal cord injury is likely permanent. The spinal cord does not repair itself. If you or a loved one is experiencing the effects of a spinal injury, you may no longer be able to perform day-to-day activities. You may be unable to work. You may even be unable to walk.
An experienced personal injury attorney can help you access the medical care and compensation that will help you make a recovery. I am Charles Bryan Alred, a Tulsa spinal injury attorney with more than 25 years of experience handling spinal cord injury cases.
Nearly half of all spinal cord injuries are the result of motor vehicle accidents. If you were paralyzed by an accident, I can help you find a doctor who will make a proper diagnosis and provide treatment. You may need nursing care, home modifications and transportation to help you lead a fulfilling life. Personal injury compensation can ensure that you have access to these things.
When another person’s negligence causes you to acquire an irreversible condition, you have a right to seek maximum compensation. However, an insurance company will try to pay you as little as possible, unless you have a lawyer who knows how much your case is worth. I will ensure that you receive a settlement or verdict that reflects the true value of your case — and meets your needs.
Since 1987, I have helped people in Oklahoma receive compensation for their injuries. Contact me for a free consultation. Call my office in Tulsa at 918-745-9960.