If another driver acted in a careless or reckless manner, and it resulted in an accident in which you sustained severe injuries, then you may be eligible to recover damages. Damages can address a number of things, from your medical expenses to any psychological injuries suffered.
Types of Nerve Damage
The nerves are an important part of the communication that takes place between your brain and the rest of your body. Similar to wiring that is protected by insulation, so are the nerves. So when this protective covering is damaged in any way, it can interrupt important signals to the brain.
Nerve damage, also known as peripheral neuropathy, can happen in 3 ways. The first type of nerve damage is with pressure. If pressure is put on the nerves, such as what happens with a herniated disc, there is often pain.
Another type of nerve damage is when they are stretched. With pressure and stretching, there is a chance of recovery. Of course, this will depend on the exact type of injury, but for the most part, with time, an individual can expect to recover.
The most serious type of nerve damage to sustain in a car accident in Louisville is when the nerves are cut. Surgery will be required to repair the damage; however, it can still end up becoming a permanent injury. By contacting a Louisville personal injury attorney who understands that future medical expenses and lost wages may impact the outcome of your case, you have better chances of receiving the compensation you need and deserve for severe treatment you may need.
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