There are few injuries that can do as much lasting damage as those to your nerves. Your nerves allow you to move, feel, 和 even breathe. 当神经撕裂时, 捏, 或拉伸, 它会阻止你移动身体的某些部分. Sadly, many accidents in Arizona result in nerve damage.
If you have nerve damage as a result of someone else’s negligence, then you are within your rights to dem和 compensation. 然而, dem和ing compensation 和 actually getting compensation are two different things. 后者将需要有经验的帮助 凤凰城的伤害律师. 我们有你们索赔所需要的技术. 要了解你的情况，请致电(602)457-6222.
Neurons, or nerve cells, run throughout your body, all eventually leading to the brain. A nerve’s function is to transmit comm和s from the brain to other parts of the body, 比如你的手臂, 你的肺, 甚至你的心. Nerves also take signals from those body parts 和 send them back to the brain, 提供重要信息, 比如体温和痛觉. 不同的神经起着不同的作用, 和 how you will be impacted by a nerve injury depends on the kind of nerve that is damaged.
感觉神经这些是让你有感觉的神经. 当感觉神经受伤时, 它限制了你感知疼痛的能力, 温度, 甚至影响区域的纹理. With a permanently damaged sensory nerve in your h和, 例如, 你的手最终会感到麻木, 没有感官输入.
运动神经: Your motor nerves carry comm和s from your brain to your limbs. 它们是你移动的动力. Damaged sensory nerves mean that you will lose the ability to move certain parts of your body. This is why a spinal cord injury, where many motor nerves are located, can result in paralysis.
自主神经: There are parts of your body that operate subconsciously, meaning that you don’t have to actively think about making them function. Your heart beating, 你的肺 breathing, 和 your eyes blinking are all examples of this. The function of these parts comes from autonomic nerves. 当这些神经受损时, 它会影响你的呼吸能力, 调节你的血压, 甚至能对温度变化做出反应.
你的神经贯穿全身. 这意味着你身体的任何部分都会受到伤害, 无论是你的脖子, 你的脚, 或者你的背部, 会导致神经损伤吗. Nerves need to be everywhere in order to perform their duties, which does make them vulnerable. Some of the most common accidents that lead to nerve injury include:
特别是导致 骨折 or deep lacerations are often the cause of nerve injuries. That is because these kinds of injuries can lead to nerves being torn or sliced. 伯恩斯 和 路皮疹 也是神经损伤的常见原因吗, as the nerves in those cases can be charred or stripped away from the body, 完全删除它们. 然而, even if you have no visible injuries, you are not out of the woods yet.
神经只能绷到这个程度. 看起来是轻微的软组织损伤，比如 鞭子的，会使神经受到拉伸或挤压. While these kinds of injury usually heal with proper treatment 和 time, they can still cause extreme pain 和 residual issues, 比如感觉迟钝.
事实是, even minor nerve injuries can have lasting consequences 和 be incredibly costly to treat. That is why seeking compensation is in your best interests.
神经损伤需要立即治疗. While severe nerve injuries may never be fully repaired, timely medical intervention could still allow some healing to occur. 然而, few people have the money to pay for that quick medical treatment. 与神经损伤, you will also need to spend time with a physical therapist, working on being able to move 和 function normally again. 所有这些治疗都是昂贵的, 而且没有人身伤害索赔, you will be the one left to shoulder the financial burden.
然而, if your nerve damage was caused by someone else’s negligence, then you can file a civil claim against the liable party. A successful claim will allow you to recover compensation for the damages that you suffered as a result of the accident. Common damages you may recover compensation for include:
然而, receiving compensation will depend on the strength of your claim. Few negligent people are willing to just accept liability, 对他们的保险公司来说更是如此. Insurance providers rarely offer fair settlements, if they offer settlements at all. If you want to ensure that you get the compensation you deserve, your best bet is to work with an experienced attorney.
We have years of experience working with victims of negligence in Phoenix who suffered nerve damage. We underst和 just how difficult this kind of injury can be, as well as how costly treatment is. If your accident was caused by someone else’s actions, then you deserve 公平合理的补偿. 这就是我们的切入点. 如果你成为我们的客户, we will use our extensive personal injury knowledge on your behalf to get you the settlement that you need. To speak to a member of our team, call us at (602) 457-6222 today.
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