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EP07 S04: Lawsuit Value Of A Spinal Fusion Surgery – What Is My Case Worth Series

Trial Stories Podcast

What is the lawsuit value of a spinal fusion? Well, a spinal fusion is major back surgery. I would say the lawsuit value of a spinal fusion is usually $1 million or more. It depends on a lot of factors, but if there was unlimited insurance coverage and good liability, I would say that it really is worth much more than a million dollars. We could look at a few cases that we had, three cases that come to mind. [buzzsprout episode='8631146' player='true'] Pick Your Favorite Channel: Apple Podcast | Google Podcasts | Spotify | Stitcher | RSS Full Transcript: Hi everybody. My name...

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It May Be the Only Option: Spinal Fusion Surgery After A Truck Or Car Accident

The Mayo Clinic likens the rubbery cushions or discs found between back vertebrae to jelly donuts, in that they encase a soft center in a tougher exterior. When the tougher exterior tears, some of the softer material may push out of the disc. These herniated discs are also sometimes called ruptured discs or slipped discs and may require spinal fusion surgery after a truck or car accident. Severe Pain Possible This protruding material may impinge on nerves. This may cause pain which often radiates down an arm or leg. In some instances, the pain is excruciating and debilitating. Nerve impingement may also...

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New York Spinal Cord Injury Lawyer Discusses Percutaneous Discectomy and Other Types of Spinal Injuries

Spinal Cord Injuries, Percutaneous Discectomy & Other Possible Treatments Survivors of major car accidents and catastrophic falls must regularly seek out the best medical treatment they can afford for their pain and injuries explains a New York City spinal cord injury lawyer at the F&A accident law firm. At present, car accidents cause over 35 percent (35%) of all new spinal cord injuries (SCIs) and another 10% of them are due to motorcycle, bicycle, and ATV accidents. Falls from higher levels account for 81% of all fatal falls. Taken together, workplace falls and those occurring elsewhere directly cause 25% of all new...

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Bronx Spinal Cord Injury Lawyers

[vc_row triangle_shape="no"][vc_column][vc_column_text css=""] Car Accident Spine Injury Lawyer Near You Spinal cord injuries often develop due to car accidents, gun violence, sporting events and various medical traumas and diseases. The Bronx borough of New York City often sees more than its share of this country’s 4.5 million annual car accidents that result in spinal cord injuries, broken bones and body lacerations. Useful descriptions of spinal cord injuries (SCIs) and how they’re generally classified are listed below – along with information about the physical paralysis that can follow. Additional information is provided about the most common types of medical complications that SCI survivors must...

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Spinal Cord Injury Lawyers discusses Percutaneous Discectomy as minimally invasive medical option for traumatic back pain

Millions of Americans suffer from chronic, persistent back pain. Many of these find relieve for their condition in the form of procedure known as percutaneous discectomy for herniated disc. A common cause of chronic back pain is a bulging or distended disk in the spinal column, also known as disc herniation or more commonly as a herniated disc. The distended disk can press on a nerve, causing moderate to severe pain and limited mobility. The spinal column is made up of a series of bones, called vertebrae. Between each vertebra is a spongy disc which serves as a sort of shock absorber between...

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New York Spinal Cord Injury Lawyer Explains Complete and Incomplete Severity Levels

Car accidents, workplace injuries, and trip and fall accidents are just some of the ways that a severe spinal cord injury may occur. While injuries vary widely, they can be classified as either complete or incomplete. A complete spinal cord injury is one that causes total loss of function at and below the original point of injury. Complete spinal cord injuries are further divided into complete paraplegia and complete tetraplegia. In the first type, the injured person permanently loses all motor function below the T1 vertebrae. This includes loss of sensation in the legs, bladder, bowel, and sexual organs. The person...

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