Car accidents cause a wide variety of accidents, from minor cuts and bruises that heal quickly to life-threatening brain trauma that requires a lifetime's worth of physical therapy. The most common types of injuries resulting from vehicle collisions include fractured bones, spinal cord damage, and compromised internal organs such as the lungs and kidneys. Can car accidents cause nerve damage? The answer is yes, as three common types of injuries can result in neuropathy, which represents damage to the nerves that produce symptoms like numbness, acute pain, and/or muscle weakness.
If you sustained nerve damage or any type of injury caused by an auto crash, you should contact an experienced car accident lawyer to determine the best course of legal action. After a car accident, you file a claim with an insurance company. Depending on the state where you live, the insurance company that receives a claim can be your own or the insurer representing another party. Another way to recover from the financial losses generated by a vehicle collision is to file a civil lawsuit that seeks monetary damages.
Since 1988, the personal injury attorneys at Morgan and Morgan have earned the reputation for providing the best legal representation for clients recovering from the physical and emotional pain produced by the aftermath of a vehicle collision. We have recovered more than $14 billion in monetary damages for our clients that filed personal injury lawsuits. A large percentage of the monetary damages awarded to our clients concerned the outcome of car accident cases. To file a successful civil lawsuit that results in receiving compensation, the car accident lawyer from Morgan and Morgan who handles your case must prove the other party committed one or more acts of negligence.
Schedule a free case evaluation today with a car accident lawyer from Morgan and Morgan to determine whether you have enough evidence to submit a persuasive civil lawsuit that seeks monetary damages.