After a trial, we obtained a verdict of 3.5 million for our client that sustained low back injuries requiring two surgeries and a lifetime of pain management.
Our client was involved in a commercial vehicle accident which led to spinal fusion surgery requiring a spinal cord stimulator.
We obtained a $2.5 million verdict for our client that suffered a fractured arm and leg, necessitating surgery, as well as spinal injuries requiring long-term pain management for spinal injuries.
We obtained a verdict for our client who sustained spinal injuries in an accident that required spinal fusion surgery.
We obtained a $1.95 million verdict for a client who sustained spinal injuries in an auto accident which required a lifetime of pain management and need for future surgery.
Our client was involved in a motorcycle crash and sustained injuries. We were able to recover $1,450,000.
Our client was involved in a commercial vehicle accident and sustained injuries. We were able to recover $1,300,000.
Our client sustained injuries due to a faulty product. We were able to recover $1,000,000
We recovered for our client injured in an accident resulting in shoulder and spinal injuries.
We recovered for our client who was injured in a fall at an apartment complex.
Approximately 50% of whiplash-related pain after a motor vehicle accident or slip-and-fall incident can be attributed to the cervical (neck) facet joints.
Chronic whiplash pain is a result of ligament and soft-tissue injury due to rapid compression and shearing of the facet joints, typically seen in rear-end vehicle collisions. The cervical vertebrae pinch the disk capsules between the bones, causing herniation, bulging, and irritation. This stresses the nerves, which transmit pain messages to the brain.
Cervical kyphosis is a medical term describing severe whiplash symptoms including disabling pain, neurologic deficits, and posture problems.
Treatment options for cervical disk pain include a series of nerve block injections into the affected area. If these temporary injections prove effective, they are followed by radiofrequency neurotomy to disable the affected nerves. This treatment option may provide substantial relief for 8 to 12 months and can be repeated as needed to improve the quality of life for accident victims.
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