Denver Bulging or Herniated Disc Injuries Attorney
Recovering Full Compensation for Your Injuries
Depending on the severity, herniated disc injuries have the potential to prevent individuals from living a normal life or even holding a steady job. Treatments can be costly and drawn out and they are not always successful.
At Kiel & Trueax, LLC, our lawyers are among the most experienced personal injury trial attorneys serving Denver, Colorado. We will fight to help you recover the maximum possible amount of compensation for your injuries.
Herniated discs occur most frequently in the L4 and L5 vertebra, often causing burning, tingling, numbness or shooting pain associated with an impinged sciatic nerve. In addition to handling herniated or “bulging” disc issues, we also handle other common accident injuries such as:
- Temporomandibular Joint Disorder (TMJ)
- Rotator cuff tears requiring therapy or surgery
- Knee injuries requiring surgery
- Whiplash and soft tissue injury
When Accidents Make a “Pre-Existing Condition” Worse
Many people spend years walking around with herniated discs that give them no trouble whatsoever. You may have been just such a person until your accident turned your medical condition into a painful, debilitating problem.
In these cases, insurance companies often try to claim — wrongly — that because the herniated disc was a pre-existing condition, the injured individual has no right to collect coverage.
Our attorneys have the medical knowledge necessary to scientifically demonstrate how your injury was made worse by the accident. Working with you to learn how your life has been affected by the injury, we can present a compelling human story to demonstrate the true value of your claim and recover a fair settlement. We have handled hundreds of these cases, and we have worked with nearly every neurologist in Denver on numerous occasions.
Close Attorney-Client Communication
We believe that client communication is an essential part of providing effective legal service. Whenever you call with a question or concern, your attorney will provide a response as quickly as possible, almost always within 24 hours.