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Our skilled and experienced attorneys may be able to assist you in recovering compensation for medical bills, pain and suffering, or lost wages.

Herniated and Bulging Discs

The human spine is made up of vertebrae – between each vertebra, there’s a soft material called a disc. When the disc ruptures it is called a herniated disc. When the disc moves or protrudes outward it is called a bulging disc. Herniated and bulging discs push on a nerve or compress the spinal cord.

When this happens, a person can suffer severe pain and is at risk for permanent nerve damage – even paralysis. This pain is not limited to the site of the herniated disc but radiates throughout the body. If you have suffered a herniated disc due to the actions or inactions of another you may be entitled to compensation.

At the Bison Law Firm, our personal injury lawyers provide years of courtroom experience to those families and individuals who have suffered a herniated or bulging disc due to another person’s negligence.

We understand the hardships associated with a severe back or neck injury. Our skilled and experienced attorneys may be able to assist you in recovering compensation for medical bills, pain and suffering, or lost wages. Holding the responsible party liable for their behavior will ensure you and your family’s future.

Herniated and Bulging Disc Symptoms

  • Back Pain
  • Neck Pain
  • Tingling in Hands, Fingers, Feet or Toes
  • Numbness
  • Muscle Weakness
  • Loss of Muscle Function
  • Nerve Pain

The intense pain caused by a herniated disc gets worse when the person isn’t treated. Any action can put pressure on the nerve causing severe pain. This limits a person from driving, walking, exercising, golfing, playing with kids, and endless other activities. Often the only solution is surgery to repair the damaged area.

If you or a loved one has suffered a herniated or bulging disc caused by another, let us help.  Let our personal injury attorneys get to work and get you and your family the care that you deserve.