Suffering from serious nerve damage? Call 1-877-405-4313!
Nerve damage can be caused by a variety of issues, but if you feel that someone’s negligence played a role in you suffering from permanent nerve damage, call us today to discuss your legal options moving forward.
The nervous system is comprised of miles of nerve fibers which relay messages from the brain to the limbs, muscles, and organs. Nerves keep us aware of environmental conditions, cause us to feel pain, aid in responding to stimuli, as well as help control our movements. The problem is that nerves, once damaged, cannot regenerate like other human tissue.
Those suffering from nerve damage often experience chronic, unrelenting pain; numbness, tingling, or an acute burning sensation; limited mobility or loss of movement; and may be susceptible to future injuries due to an insensitivity to pain stimuli (analgesia).
Through a personal injury claim, you may be able to recover compensation needed to pay for medical treatment (both past and future), rehabilitation, and physical therapy. Additionally, you may be owed compensation for related damages such as pain and suffering, lost wages, loss of consortium, the inability to return to work in the same capacity, and more.
Nerves can become damaged in several ways.
Nerves can be damaged due to many factors, including disease, diabetes, a bad reaction to a prescription drug, exposure to toxins, compression, and even due to repetitive motion. Many people suffer nerve damage due to a physical injury caused by events such as car accidents, botched medical procedures, sports injuries, slip and falls, or even the birth of a child.
Nerve damage caused by compression/pressure can often be alleviated (such as in the case of a pinched nerve or a tumor pressing up against a nerve fiber). However, when a nerve is severed, there’s usually not a lot that can be done to regain sensitivity. While progress has been made, treatment options for those with permanent nerve damage are often limited to pain relief, antiinflamatories, and physical therapy to reduce the symptoms.
While this treatment can be quite expensive, our job as a personal injury law firm is to fight for every penny you deserve. If someone else’s negligence caused your injuries, why should the financial burden fall to you and your family?
Seeking medical attention.
If you’ve suffered any kind of injury that likely resulted in nerve damage, it is important to have a doctor carry out a full panel of diagnostic tests to check the integrity of your nervous system. Due to the fact that nerve damage is often progressive, it’s vital to seek medical attention as soon as you first notice any symptoms.
How much is my case worth?
When it comes to how much a nerve injury claim may be worth, the truth is that every single case is different. Nerve damage can be difficult to quantify, and can affect people differently. This is because the sensation of pain (as well as its duration) is subjective in nature, making it next to impossible for anyone to assign a dollar value to your pain and suffering without the help of an experienced attorney, expert medical witnesses, and a full understanding of your situation.
Without a personal injury lawyer on your side, you will never be offered anywhere close to the true value of your claim. Insurance companies often claim that nerve injuries aren’t extensive nor are they observable by the adjuster and the insurance company’s team of doctors. Our Dallas law firm exists to help people in your exact situation, and we never charge a penny unless we put money in your pocket.
Call us to discuss your options.
If you’ve suffered nerve damage due to the actions or negligence of another, call us today for a free consultation at 1-877-405-4313. It is important to move fast to preserve your legal rights, so don’t delay. Even if you’re not ready to make a decision at this point, there’s no harm in getting a free legal opinion on where you stand.
Speak With a Dallas Personal Injury Lawyer For Free
The attorneys at Rasansky Law Firm are happy to speak to you about your potential case free of charge. If we can help with your claim, we’ll do so for no out-of-pocket cost to you. Call us 24/7 at (214) 651-6100, or toll-free at 1-877-405-4313.