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    Peripheral Nerve Damage Injury After a Car Accident Attorney

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    What Is Peripheral Nerve Damage?

    People who have been in serious car accidents can experience different types of injuries and damages. Some of these injuries can relate to damage on their nerves within their body. When a nerve is damaged, it will “fire” wrong, and will start to produce many unwanted symptoms, including intense tingling to overwhelming pain.

    The pathophysiology of peripheral nerve injury can include many different factors. In general, this type of nerve damage results in a peripheral nerve blockage, that will come with nerves in the brain and spinal cord experiencing damage. The damage can come as the result of an accident or a trauma. This condition can cause associated:

    • Weakness
    • Intolerance of heat
    • Sweating
    • Inability to sweat
    • Bowel issues
    • Bladder issues
    • Blood pressure dropping
    • Dizziness
    • Lightheadedness
    • Headaches
    • Numbness
    • Pain
    • Tingling in the hands and feet
    • Digestion issues
    • Urination problems
    • Circulation problems
    • Stabbing pain
    • Burning pain
    • Stimulated sensory nerves
    • Spreading numbness
    • Sensitivity to touch
    • Pain just sitting
    • Lack of coordination
    • Falling hazards
    • Weak muscles
    • Feeling of paralysis in motor nerves
    • Spreading of numbness in arms and hands


    When you have had a car accident or other traumatic accident, you can experience peripheral nerve damage. This is especially true after a car accident, where your body may have been tossed and jostled around in the vehicle during and after the accident occurred. A peripheral nerve damage injury can be serious and can affect many different nerves in the human body. The peripheral nerve damage can affect the shoulders, arms, legs or other parts of the body.

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    Shoulder and Arm Peripheral Nerve Damage Injuries

    If you have been in a car accident and injured your shoulder or arms in the accident, you may be experiencing peripheral nerve damage injuries. For example, if your clavicle has been dislocated during the accident or has been fractured, you may have a peripheral nerve damage injury. This will manifest itself in a shoulder or arm:

    • Localized injury
    • Dislocation
    • Fracture
    • Contusion
    • Muscle tear
    • Abnormal range of motion
    • Muscle tenderness
    • Deformity
    • Localized injury
    • Sagging shoulder
    • Spine accessory nerve injury
    • Chronic nerve injury
    • Radial nerve injury
    • Brachial plexus nerve injury
    • Individual nerve root injuries
    • Forward flexion issues
    • External rotation issues

    Elbow and Forearm Peripheral Nerve Damage Injury

    If you have had the experience of a peripheral nerve damage injury in your elbow and forearm, you need to give us a call right away. As a result of your being in a car accident, you may have experienced peripheral nerve damage to your elbow and forearm as you were being hit by another car during your car accident.

    In this case of peripheral nerve damage of the elbow and forearm, you might also experience issues with:

    • Decreased mobility of the elbow and forearm
    • Diffused elbow joint swelling
    • Joint in flexion
    • Swelling on olecranon
    • Biceps muscle tenderness
    • Cubital fossa tenderness
    • Swelling
    • Joint capsule strain
    • Hyperextension injuries
    • Musculocutaneous nerve injuries
    • Radial nerve injuries
    • Fractures
    • Radial tunnel syndrome
    • Tennis elbow
    • Wrist extensor tenderness
    • Ulnar nerve injury
    • Entrapment
    • Range of motion limited
    • Passive range of motion abnormal
    • Brachioradialis muscle problems
    • Musculocutaneous nerve issues

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    We are able to offer to you a free second opinion any time that you call us to ask for one. You are able to make it easier on yourself right now, by getting the legal aid that you need today. We understand that you need more time to heal from your injuries. We also understand that you just don’t want to “deal” with anything right now, other than recuperating from your serious personal injuries right about now. But you need to consider that you can start your lawsuit as you are healing. There is actually no reason for you to wait a day longer.

    “Help, I Have Peripheral Nerve Damage Injuries, What Do I Do Now?”

    When you have peripheral nerve damage injuries, you will be in a world of hurt, and some of your pain may be ongoing for several weeks or months. Some people run in the same circles regarding whether they will start a lawsuit or now. You can see them thinking about it, start one, don’t start one, they are all over the place. These individuals will be up in the air, that is until their medical bills start coming in hard and fast. This is all for an accident that they did not cause. We understand your trepidation, and we also understand how to give you the peace of mind that you require.

    We are here for you, and you will finally have someone on your side. We know how to talk to the big insurance companies and get the ball rolling on your recovery compensation package. You can call us and start the process right away. It will give you further peace of mind to know that the process to recovery is going to include your full recovery compensation package, that is associated with your accident.
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    Can I Sue If I Have Peripheral Nerve Damage After a Car Accident?

    Yes, you can make a claim and lawsuit for your peripheral nerve damage injury after a car accident. You need to call us, and you will be referred to our Los Angeles case lawyers who can file a lawsuit on your behalf. It is definitely time to talk to our case attorneys in Los Angeles, who are able to and can sue for you in this case. We certainly understand if you feel that you are at the end of your tether in this situation. That’s why we are here,

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