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Spokane Motorcycle Accident Nerve Damage Lawyer

Motorcycle wrecks can result in serious injuries. Whether your injuries are temporary or permanent, motorcycle injuries can lead to severe nerve damage, enormously affecting the way you live your day-to-day life. Additionally, nerve damage can cost massive sums of money to treat, dramatically impacting the financial security you have worked so hard to accomplish.

Because motorcycles lack the safety features that cars and trucks provide, motorcycle crashes are some of the worst traffic accidents to be involved in. It’s even more devastating when your accident was caused by the carelessness of another. To seek justice and recover damages for your injuries, a Spokane motorcycle accident nerve damage lawyer from Craig Swapp & Associates can help you collect the evidence that supports your case.

 

What Caused Your Wreck?

Your motorcycle accident could have happened for many different reasons. Determining fault and proving negligence are key elements to any personal injury case. Whether the driver of a car hit you as he or she was speeding down the highway or driving while intoxicated, you deserve to obtain a fair and full financial settlement for your losses.

Drivers of cars and trucks can cause accidents for a variety of reasons. Common motorcycle accident scenarios a lawyer from our firm will have experience with include all of the following:

  • Speeding
  • Driving under the influence
  • Distracted driving
  • Driver error
  • Dangerous road conditions
  • Defective parts

 

Symptoms of Nerve Damage

Nerves are an important part of the body, necessary for our everyday function. Affecting your central nervous system, nerves carry messages to and from the brain to various parts of your body.

When a motorcycle collision causes nerve damage, it can impact the mobility and sensitivity of your arms, legs, fingers, toes, hands, and other body parts. Nerve damage may result in permanent and disabling injuries, requiring lifelong care.

After a motorcycle crash, you might develop symptoms that can require expensive medical treatment for the rest of your life. Getting the settlement you deserve can help you recover from your injuries. Symptoms of nerve damage that you should be aware of include all of the following:

  • Tingling sensations
  • Numbness
  • Pain or weakness in your muscles
  • Partial or full paralysis of arms, legs, fingers, or toes
  • Twitching or uncontrolled muscle movements
  • Skin sensitivity to colder or warmer temperatures

 

Getting the Money You Deserve

To receive the compensation you are entitled to, our firm will protect your rights throughout the entire process. From investigating and examining the evidence to aggressively negotiating a settlement with the opposing attorney and their insurance companies, we’ll have your best interests first and foremost.

After we determine cause and fault, we will handle the negotiations with the insurers to obtain maximum compensation, which will include all of the losses that result from your motorcycle crash:

  • Current and future medical bills
  • Lost wages and future income
  • Pain and suffering
  • Emotional anguish
  • Lost quality of life

 

Contact a Spokane Motorcycle Collision Lawyer

At Craig Swapp & Associates, we are committed to helping you. To arrange a free, no-obligation consultation, contact us online through the form below or call 1-800-404-9000.

Craig Swapp & Associates
9980 S 300 W Suite 400, Sandy, UT 84070
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