San Francisco Sensory Loss Attorneys

Helping Clients Deal with a Life Filled with Pain

Many assume that someone who suffered sensory loss following a spinal cord injury feels no pain, let alone anything in the affected area. Yet, paraplegics and quadriplegics suffer intense agony and other abnormal sensations.

Partial or complete sensory loss is a complex effect of a spinal cord injury, requiring that you retain seasoned counsel who has the resources and experience necessary to tell your story. For over thirty years, the attorneys at Abramson Smith Waldsmith, LLP in San Francisco, California have provided that level of aggressive representation and dedication to our clients.

If you or a loved one live with agonizing pain related to sensory loss, you need an attorney who understands your circumstances and is experienced in spinal cord injury litigation. Contact us at 415-421-7995 or toll free at 888-745-2988.

The Pain and Suffering That Comes with Sensory Loss

Many victims of spinal cord injuries suffer neurogenic pain, which is pain due to a dysfunction of the nervous system. An example of neurogenic pain is what is called "phantom pain," which occurs in paralyzed patients or amputee victims when pain is felt coming from a part of the body that has no sensation or is no longer there due to the misfiring nerve endings.The worst part of neurogenic pain is that there are no drugs on the market that can treat it completely.

The suffering is all too real for those experiencing neurogenic pain in areas of significant and complete sensory loss. At Abramson Smith Waldsmith, LLP, we are equipped to handle complex sensory loss cases.

We bring not only experience and knowledge, but also the resources needed to communicate the effects of the spinal cord injury via cutting-edge technology. We retain experts recognized throughout the field on your behalf. You deserve that level of representation if you or a family member has experienced a spinal cord injury.

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For more information or to schedule an appointment with an experienced lawyer regarding sensory loss that is causing agonizing pain, please contact us.