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Have you experienced nerve damage due to substandard medical care in Illinois? If you believe that medical negligence played a role, you may be entitled to compensation. The financial recovery you receive can help cover your medical expenses, offset lost wages, and provide compensation for the daily pain and suffering you endure.

Contact or call Gardi, Haught, Fischer & Bhosale LTD at (847) 944-9400 to explore how our Schaumburg nerve damage lawyers can assist you in maximizing your compensation.

We offer a complimentary initial case assessment, so don’t hesitate to contact us digitally or via phone today. Our team is available to assist you 24/7/365.

Why Do I Need a Schaumburg Nerve Damage If I’ve Suffered Nerve Damage?

Gardi, Haught, Fischer & Bhosale LTD, and our team of seasoned Schaumburg Nerve Damage lawyers are prepared and eager to assist you in filing a medical malpractice lawsuit to pursue the financial compensation you deserve.

Our Schaumburg Nerve Damage Lawyers have been advocating for victims of medical negligence across the state. Every client is significant to us. When you seek our assistance, we will fight for your rights as if you were family.

We have received over one billion dollars in compensation for injury victims like you. Our approach involves relentless determination and an unwavering commitment to your case.

Throughout your nerve injury case, you can expect us to:

  • Collect and assess any pertinent evidence related to your case
  • Conduct a thorough investigation into the specific circumstances leading to your nerve injury
  • Consult with impartial medical experts to gain a comprehensive understanding of the technical aspects of your case
  • Manage all paperwork and court filings on your behalf
  • Handle interactions with hospitals and insurance companies, countering any manipulative tactics they may employ.

We will make every effort to negotiate a substantial settlement on your behalf. However, if a hospital or insurance company chooses to be uncooperative, we are fully prepared to take your case to court. Our courtroom prowess is unparalleled. We are fierce, dedicated, and unyielding, knowing how to persuade a jury in our favor. Time and time again, we have secured life-altering verdicts for our clients.

Want to learn more? Contact one of our Nerve Damage Attorneys today. Your initial case evaluation is entirely cost-free.

What is Nerve Damage?

Your nervous system plays a vital role in every bodily function. The nervous system controls movement, sensory perception, digestion, and even your heartbeat. Nerves transmit signals to and from the brain, facilitating these functions.

Your body contains over 7 trillion nerves, which can be classified into three primary categories:

  • Autonomic nerves regulate involuntary bodily movements and functions such as respiration, blood pressure, and heart rate.
  • Motor nerves enable movement by transmitting information from the brain to your muscles via the spinal cord.
  • Sensory nerves relay sensations like touch, smell, taste, sound, and sight to your brain for interpretation.

When a nerve is damaged, communication can break down, resulting in a wide range of consequences depending on the type and extent of the injury.

Types of Nerve Damage Injuries

Imagine nerves as electrical wires coursing through your body, with the axon at the center. The axon is responsible for transmitting information to and from the brain and is surrounded by protective tissue layers, including the endoneurium, perineurium, and epineurium. The nature of the nerve damage you experience depends on how the nerve and these components are affected.

There are three primary types of nerve damage injuries:

Neurapraxia: This involves a temporary blockage of nerve conduction without any permanent physical damage to the nerve or its components. The nerve’s ability to transmit signals is temporarily compromised.

Axonotmesis: In this case, the axon (the core of the nerve) is severed while the protective tissue remains intact. Over time, the axon can heal, restoring nerve function.

Neurotmesis: Neurotmesis is the most severe type of nerve damage, where all parts of the nerve, including the protective layers around the axon, are severed. Surgical intervention is necessary for recovery.

While various traumas, including burns, slips and falls, and car accidents, can cause nerve damage, medical malpractice is a significant contributor to such injuries.

How Can Medical Negligence Cause Nerve Damage?

When seeking medical care, you trust your healthcare provider’s expertise, education, and experience to improve your health. However, given the complexity of the human body’s 7 trillion nerves, medical mistakes or negligence can lead to nerve damage.

Medical errors that may result in nerve damage include:

  • Surgical errors, particularly those involving the spine
  • Mistakes during childbirth and delivery
  • Errors during intubation
  • Negligent use of surgical tools and instruments
  • Inappropriate use of tourniquets and bandages
  • Failure to diagnose degenerative conditions
  • Patient positioning that pinches a nerve or impedes blood flow
  • Anesthesia errors.

These are just a few examples of medical negligence that can lead to nerve damage. Whenever a doctor misuses a tool, applies excessive force, or makes a mistake, nerve injuries can occur. If you have suffered nerve damage due to medical negligence, contact one of our nerve damage attorneys at Gardi, Haught, Fischer & Bhosale LTD. Our Illinois medical malpractice lawyers will help you pursue the compensation you need and deserve.

What are the Signs of Nerve Damage?

Nerve damage can range from moderate and temporary to severe and potentially permanent. Seeking prompt medical attention when you experience signs of nerve damage is crucial.

Don’t hesitate to visit your doctor or the emergency room if you notice any of the following symptoms after a medical procedure:

  • Irregular heartbeat
  • Excessive or insufficient sweating
  • Constipation
  • Dry eyes
  • Dry mouth
  • Lightheadedness
  • Loss of motor function
  • Bladder problems
  • Seizures
  • Loss of sensation or feeling
  • Chronic pain.
  • Significant nerve damage or nerve degeneration can lead to paralysis, cardiac arrest, and even death.
What Compensation Could I Receive in a Schaumburg Nerve Damage Lawsuit?

Your nervous system is essential for your daily functioning and enjoyment of life. When your nerves sustain damage due to negligent medical care, the responsible medical professionals, including the hospital, must be held fully accountable. You should not bear the costs and consequences of nerve damage alone when a medical professional’s carelessness caused it.

By filing a nerve injury lawsuit, you can seek compensation for various damages, including:

  • Current and future medical expenses
  • Lost wages
  • Temporary and/or permanent disability
  • Reduced earning capacity
  • Loss of enjoyment of life
  • Pain and suffering
  • Emotional distress
  • Wrongful death, and more.

Gardi, Haught, Fischer & Bhosale LTD, and our team of nerve injury lawyers will help you stand up to hospitals and their insurance companies. We will prepare a robust claim supported by facts, evidence, and expert testimony. By diligently building your case, we position ourselves to maximize your recovery.

Schedule a free consultation with one of our highly experienced nerve injury attorneys today.

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Our Strategy

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Our Schaumburg Nerve Damage Attorneys have years of experience and a proven track record of success, making us the top choice for legal representation in nerve damage cases.


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