Spinal Cord Injury Attorney

Wright & Gray is a trusted New Orleans personal injury firm with over 20 years of experience handling personal injury cases. This experience has taught us how to provide each case with the care and attention it deserves. After a spinal cord injury resulting from another person’s negligence or recklessness, we understand that victims are […]

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What is Personal Injury Law?

You have probably seen advertisements for lawyers in New Orleans who handle personal injuries. These advertisements appear on your phone, television, and even on billboards. Many people, however, are confused about what a “personal injury law” is. Our legal system divides lawsuits into different categories. For example, contract law relates to disagreements between people who […]

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What Is Whiplash?

Do you remember those big, thick foam collars that used to be used for neck injuries? They are called “cervical collars,” and they are rarely used to treat neck injuries any more. Whiplash is the name given to neck injuries that result from a “forceful, rapid back-and-forth movement of the neck, like the cracking of […]

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Family of Woman Who Washed Husband’s Clothing, with Asbestos on It, Gets $7M Jury Award

Many people have heard about asbestos and how dangerous it can be. But not many people know that asbestos is actually a natural substance. Before its dangers were known, asbestos was commonly used in homes, buildings, and even throughout the United States military. Beginning in the 1970s, various federal agencies banned the use of asbestos […]

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What Is a Soft Tissue Injury?

In the unfortunate event of a car accident, people often speak of “soft tissue” injuries. So, what is “soft tissue?” People speaking about soft tissue injuries in relation to accidents are usually referring to injuries such as the following: Sprains; Strains; and Bruises. Sprains and strains are often confused. Although their symptoms are similar, involving […]

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Horrific Accidents and Traumatic Brain Injury

The brain is arguably the most critical part of the human body. Medical science has probably not even scratched the surface of understanding how it works. Therefore, injury to the brain in a motor vehicle accident is often a horrific life event. According to the Brain Injury Association of America, around 2.2 million emergency room […]

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Chronic Pain Lawsuits Supported by Neuroscientists

Personal injury lawsuits most often involve clearly recognized injuries that are either visually obvious or medically well-documented. When this is not the case, a plaintiff has an uphill battle to prove an injury that cannot be seen or shown in medical records. This is exactly the problem with claiming damages for chronic pain for which […]

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It’s Hard to Prove Nerve Damage, but It Can Be Done!

Feeling sore for days - even weeks - after a serious car accident it's not uncommon: after all, the sheer force of a car crash will take some time to heal. But if that common pain turns chronic and there’s no visible injury, it could be something far harder to diagnose: nerve damage. Nerve damage […]

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