Few types of injuries are more painful, more difficult to treat, and more demobilizing than spine injuries.
Trauma to the spinal cord can cause temporary or permanent change in the cord’s normal motor, sensory, or autonomic function.
Resulting inflammation from the injury can make the initial trauma even worse.
If the spinal nerve is damaged, it may result in a variety of symptoms including pain, paralysis, incontinence or numbness of extremities.
Unlike other parts of your body, the spinal cord does not have the ability to repair itself if it is damaged and treatment can be very costly.
Was Your Injury the Result of Someone’s Negligence? When the negligent or intentional act of another is the cause of your spinal cord injury, contact us at (208) 345-1000. Phone consultation is free, and there is no pressure and no obligation. You will find that our trained staff provides individualized attention and the kind of conscientious, personable atmosphere that can only come from professionals who truly care about the people they are helping.