Nerve Damage

The main symptoms for nerve damage include:

  • Inability to sense pain
  • Increased or decreased sweating
  • Lightheadedness
  • Bladder dysfunction

You can go directly to our pages for specific injuries:

Nerve injuries are usually attributable to one or more of the following:

  • Compression/Trauma, ie. An accidental injury
  • Damage during surgical procedures
  • Autoimmune and motor neuron diseases
  • Diabetes

They can be caused by a number of different factors but are most likely to have been sustained through:

  • A fall, slip or trip
  • A road traffic accident
  • An accident at work
  • A sports accident

Treatments for this kind of injury will be recommended by a medical professional but can include:

  • Nerve surgery
  • Use of steroids, anti-inflammatorys and pain relievers

If you or someone you know would like to speak to us, entirely in confidence, about any of these issues then please call our head of negligence Michael Shaw on 0800 1 444 111 or email him at michaelshaw@cmsolicitors.co.uk . Alternatively you can use the enquiry form situated at the side or at the foot of this page.