Post-Accident Hand and Wrist Pain? Could Be Carpal Tunnel
Many people think damage to the carpal tunnel can only be caused by consistently making the same repetitive motions over and over. Bristol area personal injury lawyer Michael L. Saile, Jr, explains that carpal tunnel injury can be due to the impact of a PA or NJ auto accident. It happens more than you might have thought.
In our latest article, “Damage to the Carpal Tunnel can Result from an Auto Accident,” we discuss what signs and symptoms to look for if you are experiencing pain or numbness/tingling in your wrist, fingers, or forearm after a car accident.
Your carpal tunnel is the small space in your wrist that your median nerve and several tendons run through from your forearm into the palm of your hand. These tendons can swell when damaged, resulting in the nerve becoming pinched. Nerves that become irritated or compromised cause great pain.
If you have been injured in a Philadelphia area auto accident, contact a personal injury lawyer to discuss your options. The lawyers at Saile & Saile, LLP provide a free consultation. You can reach us at 215-860-5800. Download your FREE copy of our PA Car Accident book to learn more about medical treatment and injury claims.
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