Do You Need Cervical/Neck Fusion Surgery?
Retain a Reliable Personal Injury Lawyer in Los Angeles Today
The cervical region of the spine begins at the base of the skull and runs
down the neck. It includes seven vertebras numbered C1 through C7, as
well as cushioning discs, ligaments, tendons, and nerves. The cervical
spine protects the spinal cord, which lies inside it, and supports the
skull. When injuries occur to the spine in this area, it can be very painful
and damaging. That is why Biren Law Group is here to stand up for your
rights and fight for the justice you deserve. Our team of Los Angeles
spinal cord injury lawyers is always ready to assist with your injury case.
Contact us today at (310) 896-4345 to take the next step towards recovery.
Conservative Treatment for Neck Pain
Neck pain is first treated with braces, hot and cold packs, anti-inflammatory
drugs, physical therapy, and/or cervical epidural injections. If the pain
persists despite these treatments, the next consideration for many types
of neck injury victims is surgery.
Cervical fusion is a type of neck surgery that fuses together two or more
vertebrae, using bone grafts, metal rods, and screws. It is designed to
stabilize the spine and eliminate pain-generating movement. Biren Law
Group's lawyers have a long history of obtaining substantial financial
recoveries for plaintiffs who needed a neck fusion as a result of an accident
caused by someone else's negligence.
Our attorneys have successfully represented hundreds of people in neck
surgery claims. Because of this experience, we understand the long-term
consequences of spinal cord injuries and know how to craft compelling
claims that demonstrate clients’ needs.
When One Neck Surgery Is Not Enough
Unfortunately, we know that a significant percentage of people who undergo
one neck fusion surgery will need another one at some point in the future;
the reason being that the additional stress on the levels adjacent to
the surgical site can expedite breakdown of the spine and discs. Failure
to account for this potential issue in negotiations or litigation with
the insurance company could leave injury victims personally responsible
for significant surgery costs. We don't let that happen to our clients.
Our team anticipates this and other potential future costs you may face
because of your injuries, calculating them into to the fair amount of
compensation you deserve.
To arrange a free consultation regarding your neck injury claim, please
call us at (310) 896-4345. Our personal injury lawyers in Los Angeles look forward
to assisting you.