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A herniated disc (also referred to as a ruptured disc, slipped disc, or herniated disk) occurs when a disc in the spine, either entirely or partially, is forced through a weakened part of the disc. This may place pressure on nearby nerves and cause a host of symptoms and complications, including pain, tingling, aches, and numbness. Muscle weakness and immobility can also manifest due to herniated disc injuries.
While these maladies may get better over time, they also may get worse.
Often, these herniated disc injuries occur during an automobile or vehicle accident. This is because great – and often unnatural – stress can be put on the spinal column during these vehicle accidents. As mentioned above, these slipped discs can potentially cause back, neck, and leg pain that can be severe.
After a car or vehicle accident, many injuries, including those of the back and neck, can go unnoticed and undiagnosed, and the herniated disc injuries can cause pain, discomfort, and limited mobility later.
Or, for those with herniated disc injuries that have pain, many believe the pain or discomfort will subside over time. While the pain and other symptoms may subside, if it doesn’t, the accident victim may incur a lifetime of pain, discomfort, and limited mobility. If such is the case, the accident victim will want to be adequately compensated for such things as medical bills, medical treatments, lost wages, pain and suffering, and emotional distress.
Elman Joseph Law Group, LLC concentrates in lawsuits involving car accidents, vehicle accidents, and other personal injury and wrongful death cases in Illinois. This focus allows us to consistently achieve attractive verdicts and settlements for our client base.
Elman Joseph Law Group has handled over 10,000 Illinois personal injury lawsuits over the last 25+ years. This extensive experience in Illinois law in the Chicago area gives us a long-term perspective and heightened awareness as to how much your case may be worth, and the best methods in which to attain monetary awards.
Elman Joseph Law Group is a family-run law firm. This distinction can provide you with many benefits. In addition to providing you with a high level of service and communication, you will always be dealing with one of the firm’s attorneys – not a paralegal or assistant.
As well, Elman Joseph Law Group retains all of its cases – we do not transfer cases to other law firms.
Elman Joseph Law Group often takes its cases to court, as opposed to accepting lawsuit settlements. Often, taking a case to trial may result in a higher monetary award rather than settlement. In some cases (such as that discussed in the June 21, 2013 post “Elman Joseph Law Group Wins $746,000 Jury Verdict In Cook County Slip & Fall Lawsuit,”) Elman Joseph Law Group has achieved a substantial jury verdict when no settlement was offered.
In past years, Elman Joseph Law Group has been named as #1 law firm to verdict numerous times. This means that we have extensive experience representing clients in court, should it be determined that settling the case out of court will not lead to the optimum monetary reward.
If you have been injured in a personal injury case, please contact Elman Joseph Law Group immediately to receive a free consultation to discuss your situation. While such accidents can be emotionally and physically traumatic, it is in your best interest to start receiving legal counsel immediately.
Please call to receive a free consultation with regard to your case. To talk immediately to a trial lawyer, call (773) 392-8182 at any time, day or night.
Elman Joseph Law Group works on a contingency basis, meaning that clients never pay a fee unless and until they receive a monetary award.