Laminectomy

Last Updated: 01-31-2017

Laminectomy Definition

Laminectomy is surgery that is intended to create space by removing the back part of the vertebra that covers your spinal canal, known as the lamina.

Also known as decompression surgery, this procedure enlarges your spinal canal to relieve pressure on the spinal cord or nerves.

Causation

The impact of an accident can cause injury to the victims spine, resulting in bulging, ruptured or otherwise injured vertebrae. These damaged discs put pressure on the spinal cord and nerves in the victims back. When more conservative approaches to relieving pressure are ineffective, doctors will resort to this surgical course of action.

Recovery of Damages

If you require this type of surgical procedure as the result of an accident or due to the negligence of a third party, it is important that you seek the counsel of an attorney immediately. An attorney with experience handling cases that require surgery to address the injury incurred, can see that you are adequately compensated for medical bills, lost wages and future earnings, pain and suffering and more.

Laminectomy Lawyers

Bobby Saadian and the team at Wilshire Law Firm are dedicated to representing the interests of their clients against insurance companies that do not have their best interest at heart. Our personal injury law firm provides outstanding legal representation throughout the state of California. We are ready to help you in your pursuit of fair compensation for yourself or your loved one. If you have been injured in any kind of accident that requires laminectomy surgery, please contact our team of professionals to setup your free consultation to discuss this matter with our staff. We take cases on a contingency basis and collect no attorney fees unless we win your case.

Getting Needed Laminectomy Surgery

If you are in need of a laminectomy, and cannot afford it, or your insurance company is unwilling to cover the cost of the procedure, we may be able to help. Our firm has access to a network of doctors who can provide the medical treatment that you need on a lien. Depending on the nature of your case, you may be able to receive the treatment you need without needing to wait for your case to settle.

You can contact us today to discuss your case. We will provide you with a free, no obligation, consultation and case evaluation. To contact us, simply complete our online form, or call us at (800) 522-7274