Nerve Injury Attorneys in Joplin and Springfield

Nerve injury or nerve damage is very serious as it can greatly affect your body and your life. Nerve damage can cause a multitude of health complications, from cognitive issues to paralysis. If you or someone you love is suffering from nerve injuries caused by medical negligence, accidents, or work-related conditions please give us a call at (833) 600-0125 so we can get you the financial relief required to care for your needs.

Nerve Injury Symptoms

  • Tingling, Numbness, Burning Sensations
  • Limb Weakness
  • Increased Lack of Coordination
  • Faulty Bladder Issues
  • Intense, Brief Headaches
  • Loss of Vision
  • Loss of Memory

If you are currently experiencing these symptoms, please immediately contact a trusted health professional.


At Johnson Vorhees and Martucci, we understand the toll that nerve injuries can have on quality of life for those affected. Securing financial support for medical treatments, loss of earnings, in-home care, and additional day-to-day help can ease the burden for nerve injury victims.

Causes of Nerve Damage and Nerve Injury

Medical Negligence

It is the responsibility of healthcare professionals, such as doctors and nurses, to be competent in their medical practices. However, their knowledge and skills are not always adequate. Nerves can be severed during operations if surgeons fail to identify them. Tumor removals, replacement surgeries, and other similar procedures can put patients at risk for nerve damage. Nerve injuries can also occur from injections and blood drawing, when improperly done.

Work-Related Exposure/Injury

Nerve damage can be caused by exposure of toxics called neurotoxins. Neurotoxins are destructive to the nervous system and can damage nerve cells permanently. Heavy metals, pesticides, and industrial and cleaning solvents have been found to be sources of exposure to neurotoxins. Industrial and field workers are most at risk for occupational neurotoxin exposure. Symptoms of exposure are headaches, delusions, limb weakness, loss of vision, loss of memory, and altered cognitive performance. Work-related injuries may also cause nerve damage.

Traffic & Travel Accidents

Sudden impact on the body from car accidents can also cause great injury to nerves. Nerves can be damaged by excessive pressure, forceful stretching, and lacerations. Whiplash and lacerations are common causes of nerve injury in traffic accidents. Physical therapy, and in extreme cases, intensive surgery may be required to mend injuries from travel and traffic mishaps. If you have been involved in an accident that resulted in nerve injury, please contact us so that we can get you the help you need.

If you believe yourself to be a victim of nerve injury due to medical negligence, occupational exposure, or accident, contact us for a free initial consultation. We hope to provide you with the support you deserve.

Why work with us?

Here at JVM, you are treated like family. From the very first free consult to the very last meeting, you will find that we treat you with the care you deserve. We also make sure that you never pay any money up front. We take all the risk, and we only get paid when we win. If you want a law firm that aggressively works for you and gets you the recovery you deserve, call us today at (833) 600-0125.


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