When representing people who have suffered paralysis, whether it be paraplegia or quadriplegia, a lawyer must take into account that these are people who have suffered significant injuries. One of the things a lawyer can do is to help clients from the physical side as well.
An attorney can accommodate the client by traveling to him/her, as opposed to having clients come to the office, which is difficult for the paralyzed clients. In any situation where clients would like it, the lawyer can go to them as opposed to asking clients to come to the office.
Also, the law offices can help clients by doing the work for them. Whether it be getting their medical records, their medical bills, or helping them obtain pictures of previous activities. A lawyer invested in a client's case recognizes that for very injured clients certain things are very hard to do, if not impossible.
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