Head, Neck And Spinal Cord Injuries

Serving Clients With Serious Injuries And Paralysis

When people act carelessly and it injures other people, innocent lives can be shattered — and even lost. At Cohen, Feeley, Altemose & Rambo, we represent people who have suffered catastrophic head trauma, neck injuries and spinal cord injuries in personal injury accidents. We have the knowledge and experience in personal injury law to pursue maximum compensation for your suffering or the suffering of a loved one.

Contact us today online or by telephone at 888-854-6895 to speak with a knowledgeable Bethlehem brain injury lawyer or personal injury attorney. From our offices in Bethlehem, Allentown and Whitehall, we serve clients in the Lehigh Valley and throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

Have You Or A Loved One Been Seriously Injured? Our Spinal Injury Lawyers Can Help.

We help people who have suffered back and neck injuries such as spine injuries, herniated disks, whiplash and other injuries to the neck and back. Many of our clients come to us after suffering a life-altering injury to the head, neck or spinal cord that causes them to suffer from paralysis and other debilitating medical conditions. Learn more about these catastrophic injuries:

The true impact of a critical personal injury is felt not only by the accident victim, but also by everyone around him or her. When we take on your case, we confront all of the troubling questions you may be thinking about:

  • How will I pay my medical bills?
  • What if I am unable to work again?
  • Who will provide for my children?

One challenge of handling a serious injury claim is determining the future medical needs of the victim, and the impact the injury will have on the victim's income potential. If you have suffered a serious head, neck or back injury, you may require health care and rehabilitation for years, possibly for the rest of your life. You may lose the ability to work and earn a paycheck.

Our attorneys will use our extensive resources, including health care and vocational experts, to determine the true value of your claim so that you may have the resources necessary to move forward and live your life to the fullest extent possible, given the limitations of your injuries.