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Car Accident Nerve Damage

July 31, 2014

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) estimates that more than 2.24 million auto accident injuries occur in the United States each and every year. A wide range of elements contribute to the severity level of any traffic crash. From speed of the vehicles to positioning of the impact to the types of automobiles involves in the crash, injuries sustained in a car wreck vary significantly. Of the auto injuries suffered, nerve damage is amongst the most common of all accident victims in Alabama.

Over 100 different types of particular nerve damage injuries exist today, all requiring varied levels of treatment plans, surgeries, and recovery time in order for the accident victim to regain full functionality in the area of the body that was injured. The widespread nature of nerve damage makes every part of the body susceptible. However, the most common areas damaged in nerve damage traffic accidents are in the arms, legs, shoulders, hands, face, and a few additional regions vital to bodily functions. As such, when an Alabama driver is involved in a crash, they are advised to seek medical treatment as soon as possible.

Citrin Law Firm has dedicated many, many years to providing legal representation to all residents in Alabama who have suffered at the hands of a negligent driver. Our Mobile personal injury lawyers believe that when the careless driving habits of another cause injury or harm to you, the at-fault party must be held responsible for any damages. If you or a loved one has been involved in a crash resulting in nerve damage, Citrin Law Firm is here to help.

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Causes of Nerve Damage

Many people falsely associated nerve damage with catastrophic motor vehicle collisions. However, even traffic crashes involving two slowly moving vehicles may result in nerve damage for the accident victims. There are quite a few situations where trauma may inflict damage to the nerves. Sadly, this means that all Alabama drivers are at risk of injury when they get behind the wheel of their car. The following are some of the most common accident injuries that may cause of nerve damage:

  • Loss of Limb
  • Dislocated Joints
  • Whiplash
  • Burn Injuries
  • Concussion
  • Internal Injuries
  • Broken Glass Injuries
  • Lacerations
  • Dental Injuries
  • Skull Fractures
  • Broken Bones
  • Rib and Torso Injuries
  • Head Injuries
  • Facial Injuries
  • Brain Damage
  • Spinal Cord Damage
  • Neck and Back Injuries

The specific type of injury will often relate to the type of crash which will likely indicate the severity of nerve damages suffered. For example, rollover accidents and multi-vehicle collisions are often associated with much more severe injuries as compared to a rear-end crash. Nevertheless, even the most minor of traffic wrecks may cause some damage to the nerves. As a result, it is important for all accident victims to seek medical care immediately following any type of collisions.

Victims of auto crashes are often entitled to compensation to pay for any medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and any other issues related to the accident. If you or a loved one has suffered in an Alabama traffic accident, Citrin Law Firm is prepared to take on your case today to fight for your fair compensation.

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Nerve Damage Symptoms

Never damage can be a tricky issue when it comes to auto accidents in Alabama. While the minor crashes may inflict temporary medical complications, some of the more severe accidents may cause life-long damages. Since the disparity of these injuries and recovery time ranges so significantly, it is imperative for all victims of auto wrecks to seek medical attention as soon as possible.

The nerves are amongst the most important parts of the body, as they play a role in basically every function of the body. Involuntary and voluntary movements are controlled by the nervous system through the sending of electric signals throughout the body. Any damage to the nervous system may cause serious pain for the victim. The following are some of the most common signs and symptoms of nerve damage:

  • Lightheadedness
  • Dry mouth and/or eyes
  • Sensitivity
  • Paralysis
  • Unable to sweat
  • Constipation
  • Lack of bladder control
  • Muscle atrophy
  • Sexual dysfunction
  • Burning
  • Tingling
  • Pain
  • Heavy sweating
  • Spasms
  • Weakness
  • Twitching
  • Positional awareness problems

All of these symptoms are connected to either sensory nerve damage, autonomic nerve damage, or motor nerve damage. Any of these three categories may be affected in the event of a vehicle crash. Due to the range of complications that may arise from these injuries, all accident victims must seek medical care immediately following a collision.


Citrin Law Firm is Ready to Take your Case Today

With our main office located in Mobile, Citrin Law Firm has proudly provided professional legal services to accident victims throughout the state of Alabama. Through programs such as the Citrin Safety Foundation, we have established a close connection to the Alabama community. In doing so, we are able to help accident victims to achieve the compensation that they deserve.

The auto accident attorneys at Citrin Law Firm strongly believe that when another’s negligence causes an accident, they must pay for the damages. If you or a loved one has suffered nerve damage in a crash, now is the time to get the financial recourse you deserve.

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