Nervous System Damage Information
Posted on behalf of Goldberg Finnegan, LLC on Dec 30, 2013 in Medical Malpractice
Nervous system damage can have a devastating effect on a person's life. Mundane activities can suddenly become arduous tasks following an injury to the brain or spinal cord.
Unfortunately, no one is safe from enduring nervous system trauma. Damage can result from various incidents - from car accidents to medical negligence.
Since most of these afflictions are not curable, it is even more necessary to file a lawsuit against those responsible for causing the condition in order to help compensate for the great losses incurred. Our Maryland nervous system damage lawsuit lawyers can help you file a claim for your injuries.
Have you or a loved one been the victim of a brain or spinal injury? If so, contact the medical malpractice lawyers at Goldberg Finnegan today for your free consultation.
Physical Consequences of Nervous System Damage
Injuries to the nervous system have forever altered the lives of millions of people around the country. In fact, it is estimated that 7,000,000 head injuries occur annually in the United States. Of those, more than 500,000 people are hospitalized.
7,000,000 head injuries occur annually in the United States.
These staggering statistics are alarming enough as it is and they do not even take into account spinal injuries which have just as much a detrimental impact upon someone's life as a head injury.
Sadly, most of the people affected are no longer able to live normal lives. Whether the consequence of a car crash, work-related injury, assault, or negligent care, victims must be justly compensated for the hardships they are left to endure for the rest of their lives.
Damage to the Central and Peripheral Nervous System can cause:
- Cerebral Palsy
- Impaired Movement
- Diminished Motor Skills
- Impaired Language Skills
- Emotional Imbalances
- Memory Loss
Many victims of brain or spinal injuries are relegated to assisted living care. This requirement is not only a source of embarrassment for the afflicted person, it also places a financial obstacle for the victims and their families to overcome. Unfortunately, insurance is often not enough to cover all of these expenses.
However, there is legal recourse available for victims in Maryland. With the right legal representation from our Maryland nervous system damage lawsuit lawyers, a successful lawsuit can help attain the monetary compensation deserved.
Contact Our Silver Spring Lawyers Today
Knowing who you can turn to after a serious malpractice incident can be a difficult decision.
At the law offices of Goldberg Finnegan, we have successfully recovered compensation for many medical malpractice victims and have the experience to handle your malpractice lawsuit.
There are no upfront fees and we only get paid when we obtain a settlement or recovery for your claim.
Have you or a loved one been the victim of a brain or spinal injury? If so, contact our personal injury lawyers today and learn more about your legal options.