Sensory Loss

Experienced Personal Injury Attorneys Serving Los Angeles

Have you suffered sensory loss after a serious injury? While this issue can often arise after a brain or spinal cord injury, there are numerous other injuries that can lead to sensory loss. Biren Law Group has represented countless individuals facing difficult challenges due to sensory loss and other related symptoms. Our Los Angeles injury attorneys can work quickly to begin crafting a claim that addresses your total damages.

Most individuals who suffer catastrophic injuries, including brain injuries or spinal cord injuries, do not immediately recognize the long-term effects. Unfortunately, it is often those long-lasting effects that can cause the most significant harm.

Don’t suffer in silence. Call Biren Law Group if you have noticed sensory loss after a serious injury. We are ready to help.

Sensory Loss Does Not Mean Loss of Pain

With more than 40 years of legal experience and insight under our belts, our team knows that even seemingly minor injuries can have devastating effects on a person’s life and health. We are passionate about representing those who have suffered such life-altering injuries as sensory loss. From daily activities to medical dangers, we know that sensory loss can be difficult and challenging to adjust to.

Sensory loss can lead to an inability to sense:

  • Pain
  • Temperature
  • Touch or vibrations

However, for many individuals suffering from paraplegia or quadriplegia, sensory loss does not equate to the inability to feel pain. In fact, most paralyzed individuals often complain of something called a "phantom pain," which is pain associated with a limb they can technically no longer feel. If you or your loved one has suffered sensory loss or neurogenic pain following an accident, you need the help of an experienced Los Angeles personal injury lawyer who is ready to guide you through each and every step.

Fill Out a Free Case Evaluation to Get Started

When it comes to evaluating the financial losses associated with the effects of sensory loss or neurogenic pain, it takes knowledge, experience, and resources to obtain maximum compensation. That is where Biren Law Group comes in. Our team is more than prepared to take on the most complex and challenging legal matters and knows what it takes to evaluate the current and future losses involved with your injuries.

Start by filling out a free case evaluation. You can also call our firm at (310) 896-4345.