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If your loved one has suffered an injury or illness that leads to a comatose state, you want to know that everything possible is being done to make things right. That includes knowing the potential liabilities and responsibilities of others in your case. A coma can result from a car accident, electrical injury, gas explosion, fall and head injury, the wrong medicine or dosage error, a surgical error or complications from anesthesia, toxic or chemical substance exposure or an untreated food borne illness.

What Is A Coma Or Comatose State?
About 5% to 10% of all coma patients are incapable of conscious behavior and end up in a vegetative state, which most of the public thinks of as a prolonged coma. Some stages of coma resemble a deep sleep but not all. The progress of coma is measured by the patient's increasing awareness of external stimuli. The patient will pass through many levels of coma as functionality increases. Depending on the stage, a person in a coma may make movements, sounds and experience agitation. Coma patients may also have reflex activities that mimic conscious activities. Sometimes, coma patients must be restrained to prohibit them from removing tubes and IVs.

Soucie Law Can Help You Move Forward

One of the things you need most when you or a loved one is dealing with a coma is legal help. We will help you understand the legal process and help you find the best possible legal representation to be your advocate through what could be a long medical and legal process, so you can move forward after such an injury.

If you would like to talk to someone at Soucie Law right away, call (763) 427-8888. After business hours, our answering service will relay your message to the on-call attorney immediately.

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"One of the first things I asked when I finally woke up was, 'Was it my fault?' This terrible thing happened and Fred proved I wasn't at fault. I can't tell you what a relief that was to know that and to have someone taking care of the stuff like the billing and the insurance companies and the hospital when this happened. Fred really went the extra mile to prove our case."

– Mary F

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