Which injury is worth more in terms of settlement value?
The longer the duration of care, the more valuable the claim.
Radiating pain and referral pain frequently indicate a spinal disc injury/herniation.
Radiating pain means:
All motor vehicle incidents are correctly termed
Partial strain (2nd degree) of more than half of the muscle belly requires surgical intervention
Facet joint pain is the most common long-term chronic pain associated with CAD (whiplash) injuries
A radiology report states that disc bulging is present along with disc dessication on a post recent CAD injury patient, without edema status. This is evidence of an acute traumatic injury.
Recurring vertigo with neurological, perceptual, and cognitivebalance deficits resembling a post-concussion injury without remembered headstrike are common findings of
Referred pain indicates:
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