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Nerve Injury From New Mexico Car Crash: Albuquerque Auto Accident Lawyer

Understanding a Nerve Injury After a New Mexico Car Crash: Our Albuquerque Auto Accident Lawyer Explains

A nerve injury is a common type of injury in a New Mexico car crash.  This is particularly true in a car crash with a larger vehicle such as an SUV, pickup truck, bus, 18 wheeler, or other big vehicle.  This is because your nerves, while strong, are not impenetrable and can be severely injured in even low-impact accidents.  Unfortunately, our Albuquerque auto accident lawyer knows that many times a nerve injury is permanent and will result in debilitating injuries.  This is true even if the nerve injury is not caused by physical trauma such as a penetrating or cutting injury.  Individuals suffering from a nerve injury may be forced to undergo significant surgeries, future surgeries, future medical treatment such as physical therapy, medication prescriptions, pain management treatment, and other related care.  The costs could be staggering.

The costs could also be considered “damages” in an action to recovery personal injuries.  If you or a loved one have been seriously injured due to the actions of a negligent motorists, call our experienced Albuquerque auto accident lawyer at the Caruso Law Offices, P.C. to schedule your free consultation to learn how we can help you.  We will work with your treating physicians as well as hire an expert if appropriate to help prove your damages.  

Understanding Nerves

Nerves are amazing structures in your body.  They nervous system itself is made up of the central nervous system and the peripheral nervous system.  The central nervous system is your brain and spinal cord, and is the main processing, message sender, and highway for nerve signals to come and go.  Your peripheral nervous system extends from your spinal cord and reaches to every corner of your body, ending at your fingers and toes.  These nerves get smaller and more specialized the further they get from the spinal cord.

The peripheral nerves have multiple functions.  Some govern sensation such as temperature, pressure, moisture, pain, touch, and other related senses.  Other nerves govern motor function, which sends signals to move or active your body.  Some nerves do both.  All nerves are strong, even slightly elastic, but they are not invincible.  When nerves are damaged, they could disrupt or completely block function such as sensation or motor movement.

Nerve Injury From a New Mexico Car Crash: What are Common Types?

There are several different types of nerve injuries which could be caused by a New Mexico car crash.  The most common types of nerve injuries include some of the following:

  • Brachial plexus injuries – this is an injury to the nerves from the neck, down the shoulder, through the arm, and into the fingers.  Brachial plexus injuries can completely stop sensation and movement.
  • Facial nerve injuries – the nerves in your face are incredibly focused and specialized, however they are also close to the surface and vulnerable to injury.  When a facial nerve is injured, it could result in permanent damage and loss of sensation, movement, and structures/appearance of a patient’s face.
  • Avulsion nerves – when nerves are pulled out of their origination site, such as the spinal cord;
  • Ruptures – when penetrating injuries cause serious damage to the nerve; and
  • Other related injuries.

Call our Albuquerque Auto Accident Lawyer if you Have a Nerve Injury After a New Mexico Car Accident

If you or a loved one have suffered a nerve injury, please call the experienced Albuquerque auto accident lawyers at the Caruso Law Offices, P.C. to help.  You may call us for a FREE consultation by dialing (505) 883-5000, or you can also contact us on our website through the easy to use and convenient Contact box located by clicking here.

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