A spinal cord stimulator is an implanted device, that can help alleviate or reduce the pain a person feels after a spinal cord work injury. The device is surgically implanted into the person’s body, to provide relief from the ongoing pain that a person with a spinal cord injury has to suffer through on a daily basis. The spinal cord stimulator will block the pain signal to the person’s brain, and instead of pain will allow the person to feel a slight tingle in the body. Pain after a spinal injury can be felt in the leg, arms or torso, and the pain is ongoing for the pain sufferer. The spinal cord stimulator helps people to have a better quality of life, and longer ability to withstand the pain of their workplace spinal injury, with the stimulator implanted in their bodies.
“Help, I Have Had a Spinal Injury After a Workplace Fall, What Do I Do Now?”
If you have had a serious spinal injury after a workplace fall, you may need to initiate an action against the responsible parties to get the full recovery compensation that you deserve on your claim. We understand that you may still be within your primary provider’s and doctor’s care, but you can start the process even as you recover initially from your injuries. You may have other issues that will affect your life going forward, and that will be related to your overall care. You will definitely have a high level of medical bills, and may need more neurostimulation devices for your ongoing spinal cord injury related pian. Other types of neurostimulation techniques include:
- Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation
- Peripheral Nerve Stimulation
- Deep Brain Stimulation
- Cortical Stimulation
Your primary care provider, surgeon and multidisciplinary medical team will be working non-stop, to help you to manage the pain of your spine after a work related spinal injury. If you are injured on the job, you will be offered Workmen’s Compensation, but that package may not cover all of your upcoming and future expenses. When you are ready to call our law offices to review your spinal cord stimulator claim after a work injury, we are here to help you. We can give you a free consultation on your claim, and can talk to you about a winning strategy to get you the recovery compensation that you deserve in this case.
What Are the Symptoms of a Spinal Cord Injury?
The symptoms of a spinal cord injury can vary slightly with each person. There is no one “textbook” that everyone will experience a spinal cord injury, it will be different for each time the spine is seriously injured. Some symptoms of a spinal cord injury can include:
- Complete lack of feeling and numbness felt below the level of the injury
- Bladder function changes being unable to hold urine
- Dizziness when sitting in the upright position
- Major difficulties eating, drinking if arms are paralyzed in the injury
- Difficulties moving around alone in a bed
- Difficulties taking a deep breath or clearing lungs with a cough
- Changes in major bowel functions, being unable to start a bowel removal from the body
The treatment of a spinal cord injury will vary with each person’s specific treatment needs. Your injury may be serious enough that it becomes a life-changing permanent injury, disability and paralyzing event for your spinal cord. You can take note that we know what to do next, to help you to win the recovery compensation that you need in a serious case of a spinal cord stimulator after a work related injury. Just call our legal team, to talk to a lawyer with experience in serious personal injury claims settlements, for work related injuries.
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We offer a zero-fee guarantee, and you can bring your spinal cord stimulator claim to us now at the DTLA Law Group. It is easy to make the first call to us, and our legal team is here to help you right now.
Free Second Opinion Case Review / Experienced Lawyers in the Receipt of a Spinal Cord Stimulator After a Workplace Injury
You can call us for a free second opinion case review, and go over your claim with our attorneys who specialize in personal injuries and spinal cord stimulators being implanted after a work related injury. Just call us at the DTLA Law Group at 855.339.8879 today. You will get the access you need to our experienced attorneys in Los Angeles, who will review your personal injury claim for free.
Can I Sue for Having to Put in a Spinal Cord Stimulator After a Work Related Injury?
Yes, we can sue the at-fault parties for having to put in and get implanted with a spinal cord stimulator after a work related injury. You can review your claim with us for free, just call our Los Angeles case lawyers at the DTLA Law Group today. We are here for you to give you the peace of mind you deserve in this type of case. We can file a lawsuit on your behalf, once you call us and discuss your case with our case attorneys in Los Angeles today.
Average Case Value for a Spinal Cord Stimulator After a Work Related Injury
The average case value for a spinal cord stimulator after a work related injury can range from $250,000 to $5 million, depending on the severity and permanency of the injury to the back and spinal column. You will have a better opportunity to talk to our legal team, and get a more accurate idea of your final recovery compensation settlement package, when you give us a call at the DTLA Law Group today to discuss your claim.
How Long Does It Take to Settle and to Get Paid on These Cases?
Each case related to a work injury will take its own course. Having said that, you can expect that it can take upwards of 5-8 months to settle out a case with a spinal cord stimulator after a work injury. You may still be under a doctor’s care, may need additional surgical procedures, and may need to have additional therapies related to healing completely after your work injury. You can call us to review your claim, and we can discuss the particulars of your case at that time.
Statute Of Limitations – How Long Do I Have to File a Lawsuit?
The statute of limitations in California for personal injury lawsuit filing is two years.
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Our legal team is on the ball, and will initiate a lawsuit for you on the merits of your claim, right away. All that you need to do to get a free consultation related to your spinal cord stimulator after a work injury, is to call us at the DTLA Law Group at 855.339.8879.