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Minnesota Diffuse Electrical Injury Lawyer

You may be having trouble convincing your doctors and insurance company that you are truly injured because your response to the electrical injury has been unusual. You may even have been accused of lying or malingering.

Ultimately, your compensation depends on the knowledge, ability, and aggressiveness of your attorney. The lawyers at TSR Injury Law have all of that and more — they have compassion with the client, persuasive negotiating skills, and charisma in the courtroom. Contact a Minnesota Diffuse Electrical Injury Lawyer at 612-TSR-TIME. We care and we can help you receive the compensation you deserve. We recently settled a Diffuse Electrical Injury case for $187,000.

Symptoms of Diffuse Electrical Injury

A Diffuse Electrical Injury (DEI) presents with an entirely different set of responses to an electric shock than has commonly been accepted. The responses associated with diffuse electrical injury have been validated in the last 15-20 years by the ability to gather statistics online from similar cases around the world.

The symptoms of Diffuse Electrical Injury are random and unpredictable. They include:

  • injury not proportional to the energy of the shock
  • injury not related to the voltage of the contact
  • injury not related to the duration of the contact
  • injury not related to the theoretical path of the current

About Diffuse Electrical Injury

Diffuse electrical injury (DEI) is also referred to as electric shock syndrome or post electric shock syndrome. It is an injury to the body following an electrical contact where the bodily response is neither proportional to the parameters of the shock (voltage, current, duration), nor is the tissue response limited to the theoretical current pathway. The indications of DEI are an assortment of physical complaints that include:

  • tingling
  • weakness
  • pins and needles
  • muscle twitches
  • muscle spasms
  • general fatigue
  • broad diffuse pain

emotional symptoms that include:

  • personality changes
  • depression
  • stress / anxiety
  • anger / temper

and cognitive impairments that include:

  • inability to concentrate
  • slower thinking
  • short term memory loss
  • difficulty thinking clearly

Some results from MRIs are providing evidence that the differences shown on neuropsychological test batteries have an organic basis. These victims are not lying, crazy, or malingering.

Minneapolis Diffuse Electrical Injury Attorney

If you have suffered unusual symptoms following your electrical shock injury, Call TSR Injury Law today at (612) TSR-TIME or submit our contact form. Our partners have years of experience with excellent results.

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