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Spinal Cord Injuries

Spinal Cord Injury Consequences: Legal Help for Veterans

The spinal cord is the main communication channel that relays nerve impulses to and from the brain and all other parts of the body. If the spinal cord in injured in such a way as to block the path, organs and limbs beyond the point of injury will lose movement, sensation and/or function. Paralysis of limbs and organs will result in a dramatic change of life.

If you or a loved one has sustained a spinal cord injury during active military duty, an Atlanta veterans disability lawyer from our firm should be consulted as soon as possible. We can help you to obtain your veterans compensation as a result of your injury. We have helped thousands of clients over the past 40 years to obtain disability benefits from the government and massive insurance companies. We are experienced in dealing with large bureaucracies and getting results for our clients.

There are many types of injuries that our soldiers sustain in the service of our country. We are compassionate about fighting for them when they have been denied veterans disability unjustly. Government agencies tend to be complex organizations. Our government is large and not necessarily as efficient as we would hope. It can be very frustrating for those in need of disability and unable to obtain it. We can help. We have vast experience navigating through the complexities of government bureaucracies and getting results for our clients. We are tough when we need to be. We understand the devastating consequences of spinal cord injuries on your life and your loved ones. We will work diligently to improve your situation and your future.

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    David A. Stevens

    Partner

    Attorney David Stevens was born and raised in Macon, Georgia. He moved to Atlanta in 1991 and graduated from the Georgia State University College of Law in 2002. During law school, he was active in both the Moot Court Board - serving as Vice President of Appellate Advocacy - and mock trial, participating in several national competitions. He received awards for his academic performance in Research, Writing and Advocacy and Litigation classes. After graduating from law school, David immediately ...
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    Douglas Sullivan

    Partner

    Attorney Douglas Sullivan grew up in a military family where his father had a career in the US Air Force. As an Air Force brat, he developed an interest in military history and has immense respect for those men and women who have served our country. After a life of being transferred to various Air Force bases throughout the United States, Doug obtained his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville, double majoring in Political Science and Spanish. He then attended law ...
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    Daphne Sullivan

    Associate

    Daphne Sullivan was born in Washington D.C. into a military family. She was raised in Alabama where she obtained her B.S. in English and graduated with honors from Birmingham-Southern College in Birmingham, Alabama. She graduated with a Masters of Education with a concentration in English education from the University of North Alabama. She obtained her legal education at Cumberland School of Law. As a law student, she received awards in Legal Research and Writing as well as Criminal Procedure ...
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