Herniated disc injuries can impair you to the point where you can no longer work or have to seek a different line of work.
You need the assistance of an experienced Oregon personal injury attorney to make sure you are fully compensated for your disc injury.
Herniated disc injuries are painful and permanent injuries that may require expensive medical treatment. They can result in lifelong pain and impairment. Disc injuries can impair you to the point where you can no longer work or have to seek a different line of work. You need the assistance of an experienced personal injury attorney to make sure you are fully compensated for your disc injury.
In order to receive full and fair compensation for these injuries it is often necessary to retain a personal injury attorney, as insurance companies do not want pay the large amounts that these injuries are worth.
In order to maximize your recovery for your herniated disc injury, you need an experienced trial lawyer who is familiar with these types of claims. I have successfully handled a number of herniated disc claims and I will work hard to make sure you are fully compensated for your disc injury. I am familiar with the causes of these injuries and the medical procedures used to treat disc injuries.
In order to receive full and fair compensation for these injuries it is often necessary to retain a personal injury attorney, as insurance companies do not want pay the large amounts that these injuries are worth. I will work hard to investigate your claim, negotiate a settlement, and file a lawsuit and litigate your case if necessary.
Unlike many personal injury attorneys, I am not afraid to file a lawsuit and take your case to trial to make sure you receive fair and full compensation for you disc injury.
I will work hard to make sure that all of your medical expenses are paid and that you are compensated for your pain and suffering, lost wages, and future economic losses.
If you have suffered a disc injury, DO NOT SETTLE YOUR CLAIM WITHOUT TALKING TO A PERSONAL INJURY ATTORNEY.
I do not charge for consultations and I can help you determine what is fair compensation for your disc injury. Insurance companies will often try and get you to settle your claim for far less than it is worth.
If you have already received an offer from the insurance company, I will not charge you a fee unless I can better that offer.
Herniated disc injuries can be painful and permanent injuries. Herniated disc injuries can lead to life long pain, impairment, and substantial medical expenses. Disc injuries are commonly caused by car accidents, falls, and other trauma to the back and neck
Herniated discs are commonly referred to as herniated discs, bulged discs, slipped discs, ruptured discs, and disc protrusions. Unlike most soft tissue injuries, herniated discs can be seen on MRI’s and easily diagnosed by competent doctors. They can be treated by physical therapy, injections, and ultimately removal and fusion of the vertebrae. This can be very painful and expensive surgery, and often the pain does not go away after the surgery.
Herniated disc injuries can lead to life long pain, impairment, and substantial medical expenses.
In addition to the pain, herniated disc can cause loss of sensation and numbness when they bulge and press against your nerves. They can cause Sciatica — pain along the large sciatic nerve that runs from the lower back down the back of each leg — is a relatively common form of back pain. Sciatica is usually caused by pressure on the sciatic nerve from a herniated disc (also referred to as a ruptured disc, pinched nerve, slipped disk, etc.). The problem is often diagnosed as a "radiculopathy," meaning that a disc has protruded from its normal position in the vertebral column and is putting pressure on the radicular nerve (nerve root).
For some people, the pain from sciatica can be severe and debilitating. For others, the pain might be infrequent and irritating, but has the potential to get worse. Usually, sciatica only affects one side of the lower body, and the pain often radiates from the lower back all the way through the back of the thigh and down through the leg. Depending on where the sciatic nerve is affected, the pain may also radiate to the foot or toes.
If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, make sure you see a doctor and have them diagnosed.
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