Permanent Aggravation to Pre-existing Conditions

Permanent Aggravation to Pre-existing Conditions

Marcus Michles discusses permanent aggravation to pre-existing conditions and how it affects your case.

If I have a pre-existing condition with my neck or back, will that hurt my right to recover in my personal injury or accident claim? Your Tennessee personal injury questions answered by Attorney Steve Karr of Flexer Law.

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If you get into an accident and you’re injured, what happens to your claim if you might have been partially at fault for the accident? Tennessee personal injury lawyer Steve Karr explains how the court may award damages using comparative fault.

Disclaimer: This is not legal advice. The information contained herein does not indicate an attorney-client relationship. The information herein pertains to personal injury law in the State of Tennessee.
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2 thoughts on “Permanent Aggravation to Pre-existing Conditions”

  1. marcus ,i ot hit in the rear ,i did have a pre existance injury on my back which was aggravated to where in now with a spinal cord stimulator which i would have to get another surgery in future for the battery ,is that considered a permanent aggravation

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