MacBook SSD hard drive recovery

My MacBook Pro (2013 model)’s internal SSD drive (model: 88SS9174-BLD2 PKV4540.1) died on me a couple of months ago. My laptop crashed, so I pressed the power button as I sometimes do in order to restart it. But my MacBook didn’t start (the screen displayed a folder icon with a question mark on it) as the drive was no longer recognised by my MacBook. I went to an Apple Store and they mounted the SSD drive on one of their adapters – it wasn’t recognised either.
It looks like the problem was caused by some sort of short-circuit.
I have already sent the SSD drive to a lab that specialises in data recovery. They were rather optimistic at first, but after keeping it for two weeks they told me the drive was too damaged and no data could be recovered.

88SS9174-BLD2 PKV4540.1 SSD hard drive

88SS9174-BLD2 PKV4540.1 SSD hard drive

I have no backup as I had lost my TimeMachine backup a couple of weeks before. I have basically lost all my data from the past 10 years. This is a very hard pill to swallow. So I’m willing to leave no stone unturned in order to try and recover my data.
Do you believe you might be able to help me, or do you think if another lab was unable to recover the data nothing can be done about it?

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