Category: Types of Cervical & Lumbar Injury

Spinal Cord Injury FAQs

Jimmie Kang Law Firm represents people with spinal cord injuries suffered in accidents such as motor vehicle collisions, work-related accidents and other types of professional negligence. Our law firm has collected a series of spinal cord injury accident FAQs related to the medical and legal aspects of an accident involving traumatic spinal column injuries. Should …

Paralysis Accident Injury Lawyers

Any type of trauma can result in injury to a spinal cord. The severity of the impact as well as the focus of the force on the spinal cord impacts the type of injury and whether the person can recover from the injury. Jimmie Kang Law Firm appreciate the significance a spinal cord injury has on …

Central Cord Syndrome Injury Lawyer

Central Cord Syndrome is considered to be an “incomplete” spinal cord injury that primarily affects motor function in the upper half of the body. It is primarily caused by spinal cord injuries that involve the ligament that protects the vertebrae of the spinal column. Damage to this part of the spine is usually brought on through hyperextension …

Anterior Cord Syndrome Injury Attorneys

Anterior spinal cord syndrome is a condition caused by inadequate blood flow from the heart to the front of the spinal cord. Restricted blood flow can cause damage to the spinal cord and in the majority of cases, there is no way to reverse or repair the damage once it has been done. Jimmie Kang Law Firm …

Herniated Disc Injury Lawyers

The spine is composed of 26 vertebrae separated and cushioned by soft disks. A herniated disc (also known as a slipped disk) is where a disk slips out of place or ruptures, which can put pressure on a nerve causing pain, numbness, or weakness. The lower back is the most common location for a herniated disk(second most common are the neck/cervical disks, …

Compression Fracture Back Injury Lawyer

A cervical/lumber compression fracture occurs when the bones in the lower spine break due to trauma. This can also be referred to as a vertebral compression fracture. Typically, these types of fractures take extreme force but not always. Elderly persons and those with cancer can have this type of fracture from accidents with much less impact. 150,000 people each …

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