Financial Recovery After A Herniated Disc Or Spinal Cord Injury
Spinal cord injuries can be devastating, in some cases leading to life-long pain or even full or partial paralysis. If you or your loved one’s injuries were caused in an accident by another’s negligence, you have the right to pursue compensation for the medical treatment, long-term health care and lost wages suffered as a result.
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Call 440-951-6666 to speak to an attorney at Denman & Lerner Co., L.P.A., today. We have offices in Mentor, Mayfield Heights, Cleveland, Twinsburg, Russell, Independence and Westlake. We handle all personal injury claims on a contingency fee basis.
Victims of spinal cord injuries may suffer for the rest of their lives and require ongoing medical care, making it difficult or even impossible to continue working. We believe the financial and emotional costs of spinal cord injuries should not be paid by you, the victim.
Herniated Disc Injuries
Herniated disc injuries and other spinal cord injuries can be difficult to diagnose and treat. In some cases, the symptoms of a spinal cord injury are quite obvious and immediate and may include partial (paraplegia) or complete paralysis (quadriplegia or tetraplegia). In other cases, however, initial symptoms can seem relatively minor, possibly including lower back pain, headaches or difficulty thinking straight, and may develop over time into more serious injuries.
Determining and understanding the full extent of your injuries is a crucial aspect of building a strong personal injury case to recover compensation on your behalf. To ensure that you are receiving the appropriate medical treatment, it is very important that you are examined by a doctor specializing in these injuries as soon as you begin experiencing symptoms.
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Do you suffer from a herniated disc? Contact the attorneys at Denman & Lerner Co., L.P.A. today. Our Ohio lawyers offer the personal and responsive service you are looking for.