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Brachial Neuritis Injury Lawyer, Laws and Compensation

Brachial neuritis is an injury caused by the inflammation of one or more of the nerves in the arm. It can be extremely painful and may require medical treatment and even surgery to correct. If you've suffered a brachial neuritis injury caused by someone else's negligence, it may be possible to file a lawsuit against them and seek compensation for your damages.


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What is a Brachial Neuritis Injury?

Brachial neuritis typically occurs when there is damage to the brachial plexus—the bundle of nerves that runs from the neck down the arm through the shoulder area. Several factors, such as trauma, physical strain, or an infection, can cause this type of nerve damage. It can also occur due to medical malpractice, such as improper injections or other treatments involving pressure on these nerves. 

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Cheryl suffered SIRVA (shoulder injury related to vaccine administration) following a flu shot. Her vaccine injury claim was filed in the VICP by vaccine lawyer Max Muller where she obtained a large cash settlement for her pain and suffering, lost wages and out of pocket medical expenses.

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What are the symptoms of Brachial Neuritis?

Brachial neuritis can cause a wide range of symptoms, including severe pain, weakness, and numbness in the affected area. It may also cause difficulty with movement or coordination and muscle spasms. In some cases, swelling or discoloration may occur in the area where the nerve is damaged.

Common Brachial Neuritis Side Effects

Brachial neuritis, also known as traumatic brachial plexus neuropathy, is a disorder that affects the arm's range of motion, causing stabbing pain and muscle weakness. Although this condition can be debilitating, treatments are available to help manage the symptoms. Common side effects from brachial neuritis can include:

  • Burning pain in the shoulder and upper arm muscles
  • Twitching or tingling in the fingers and hands
  • Diminishing grip strength in the affected arm
  • Becoming fatigued after using certain muscles

In some cases, patients may also experience numbness or loss of sensation along their affected nerves. To get the necessary support and treatment, you must speak with your physician if you experience any of these symptoms.

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Diagnosing and Treating Brachial Neuritis

Diagnosing and treating brachial neuritis is a complex process. It involves accurate identification of the condition, assessing its severity, tracking the progression, and providing appropriate treatment.

Diagnostic procedures typically include medical imaging such as magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) for identifying nerve damage. Electrodiagnostics such as electromyography and nerve conduction studies are useful in confirming the diagnosis.

Treatment can vary depending on the severity and may include pain management, physical therapy to restore range of motion, or even surgery to treat complications such as compartment syndrome. Patients can benefit from follow-up sessions with specialists to monitor symptom progression, review treatments, or make adjustments.

Ultimately, promptly and comprehensively diagnosing and treating brachial neuritis can help alleviate pain and complications, so it's important to consult with a doctor immediately if experiencing symptoms.

How We Can Help With Your Brachial Neuritis Injury

Injuries from vaccines can change your life, and you may be qualified to receive financial compensation through the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP).

After lawsuits against vaccine companies and healthcare providers in the 1980s threatened to reduce U.S. vaccination rates and cause a resurgence of vaccine-preventable diseases, the VICP was created.

At My Vaccine Lawyers, our team can help you file a claim and guide you through the entire process with the VICP if you have suffered from vaccine-related injuries.

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What Can You Expect From Our Team of Brachial Neuritis Attorneys?

Our firm will treat you with the respect and compassion you deserve. We understand what you are going through and will work to get the compensation you need and deserve. The National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program can be complex, difficult, and contentious. Our attorneys have experience with the medical, legal, and factual issues involved in these cases and are prepared to resolve any disputes that may arise during the process. Some of the benefits of working with our team include the following:

Free Case Evaluation: We will review your case and let you know if you are eligible for compensation

No Costs: You do not pay attorneys fees or costs to file a case in the vaccine program

Experienced & Skilled Representation: Our team has years of experience fighting for the rights of injured patients

If you or a loved one has been affected by a vaccine injury, don't wait to get help. We strongly recommend that injured parties hire a vaccine injury lawyer and do not attempt to represent themselves in the Vaccine Injury Compensation Program. Contact us today for a free consultation. We are here to fight for you.

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