Treating Nerve Damage

In most circumstances, nerve damage cannot be reversed or cured entirely. Treatment may help to prevent further permanent damage and may reduce your symptoms, though.

Some of the types of treatment that may be used for nerve damage include:

  • surgery;
  • rehabilitative therapy;
  • pain medication;
  • tricyclic antidepressants;
  • anti-seizure medication;
  • biofeedback; and
  • acupuncture. 

Treatment for nerve damage may be long-term or last a lifetime, as nerve damage can often be progressive, meaning it can worsen over time (especially without treatment). Preventative measures may be time-consuming, not to mention expensive.

If you have suffered serious injuries such as nerve damage as a result of a serious Georgia accident, you may be facing a future filled with ongoing, costly medical care. While the days following your accident may feel overwhelming, it may help to know that if someone else's negligence caused your Georgia accident and resulting injuries, you may be able to receive compensation for not only your medical care but other injury-related costs. 

A personal injury lawyer in Fayetteville will evaluate your case to determine if negligence was the cause of your Georgia accident and will be able to explain your legal options for recovering compensation.

Contacting a Personal Injury Lawyer in Fayetteville

As the victim of a Georgia accident, you have rights that the insurance companies cannot ignore. While they have a team of lawyers working on their side, shouldn't you have experienced legal representation fighting for your best interests? Before accepting any settlement offer, contact the Law Offices of Jason Schultz to schedule a FREE consultation on your case - 404-474-0804.

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