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Carrollton Herniated Disc Injuries

One of the most common health complaints we see at The Parian Law Firm, LLC are injuries to the spine.  Spinal injuries can be caused by a variety of different accidents and activities.  While you cannot see a spinal injury with the naked eye, they are among the most debilitating and longest lasting injuries a human can suffer and should therefore be addressed with the assistance of a Carrollton catastrophic injury attorney.

Definition of Disc Herniation

A disc herniation is commonly called a “slipped disc.”  The injury is caused by any sudden or repetitive movement that pushes the cartilage (i.e. spinal disc) between two vertebra out of place causing damage.  Think of a spinal disc as a pillow between two spinal bones that prevents those bones from touching.  When that pillow is injured, it causes the thousands of nerves running out of your spinal cord to become inflamed.  That inflammation causes pressure on those nerves, and the discomfort you face can range from a dull, aching pain to what can only be described as lightning bolts running through your body.

How This Injury is Caused

If you have suffered a herniated disc injury that you believe was caused by the negligence of another person or company, you should speak with one of the Carrollton herniated disc attorneys at The Parian Law Firm, LLC.  Our lawyers have represented people suffering from all forms of spinal injury, including disc herniations.  Hopefully, you are seeing an orthopedist that is caring for your spine.  Orthopedic doctors usually require that you perform exercises and stretches prior to performing any epidural injections into your spine.  The best option is for you to get a MRI to properly diagnose the exact damage.  This will assist all involved in your treatment going forward.

Call the Georgia Disc Herniation Lawyers Today

Our Personal Injury Lawyers work for one reason:  To make sure you get a fair shot against the billion dollar insurance companies and corporations.  Your spinal injury is serious.  For whatever reason, claims adjusters just will not believe the seriousness without us explaining the injury in painful detail.