Personal Injury Lawyer – Lumbar Radiculopathy

Here at Campisi Law, we understand how debilitating spinal injuries and pain can really be. Regardless of whether your condition is caused by a traumatic injury or simple wear and tear to the area due to a repetitive job, back and leg pain can have a significant impact on an individual’s ability to perform day-to-day activities or enjoy their life.

Lumbar radiculopathy refers to pain which radiates down the back of the leg or calf to the foot. More commonly known as sciatica, it is typically a deep and steady pain that is easily reproduced with activities such as walking or sitting. The pain follows the path of a specific spinal nerve root and may be accompanied by numbness, tingling, loss of reflexes, and progressive muscle weakness. In the case of significant loss of strength in the associated muscles, immediate treatment is highly recommended.

Caused by the compression of the spinal nerve in the back, this condition can be extremely debilitating and make simple, everyday tasks such as sitting at a computer or walking to the store difficult or even impossible. Typically this compression occurs in the lower spinal nerve roots including L5 and S1 but it can also occur higher in the spine in nerve roots L2, L3, or L4. If the higher nerve roots are affected, pain is typically felt in the front of the thigh or shin as opposed to the back of the calf generally associated with lower roots.

Treated with a combination of physical therapy, medications, and specialized spinal injections, recovery from this condition is possible but can be time-consuming and potentially expensive not just in terms of treatment costs, but also lost time at work. In severe cases, patients may require surgical intervention and many weeks of physical recuperation and rehabilitation.

At Campisi Law, we understand that your focus during rehabilitation is on healing and recovery, which is why we are here to help you achieve the settlement and reimbursement you deserve. We can help you seek financial compensation for any of the following:

If you or a loved one are suffering from the effects of lumbar radiculopathy, put your legal questions and needs in our hands and rest assured that you will receive the proper compensation while you focus on what’s important: your recovery.

We will look at your case for free and you don't pay until your case is won or settled.

We’ll answer any questions about your case, even on evenings and weekends:

Anna Pastore | Catastrophic Injury

I was injured in a car accident and sustained a fractured ankle, developing debilitating chronic pain. Joseph was very caring about me and how my case affected my family. He worked tirelessly on my case until we won and my case is now well known in the legal community. Throughout this whole ordeal, the only thing I can be thankful for is that Joseph was my lawyer, his care, compassion and experience made all the difference.

Omar C. | Vehicle Accident

I can’t thank Joseph Campisi enough. I was involved in a serious car accident and I suffered serious orthopaedic injuries which prevent me from ever returning to the job that I had at the time of the accident. Joseph and his team were always accessible, even on evenings or weekends. The settlement far exceeded my expectations and it will provide financial security for me and my family.

Bruno | Spinal Cord Injury

I feel fortunate that I was referred to Cesar Carranza. I suffered a spinal cord injury when I fell off a trailer. From the initial meeting when Cesar came to the hospital, he alleviated most of my troubles and I was able to focus on getting better. Cesar and Joseph settled my case quickly, and I felt supported through the whole process, not only by them but also by an awesome medical and rehabilitation team that they assembled.

Nika M | Brain Injury

My father was in a horrible crash and he suffered a severe brain injury as well as serious fractures. Joseph Campisi came highly recommended and he promised us that he would be relentless in representing my father. He kept his promise.