Personal Injury Law – Spinal Injuries
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Personal Injury Law – Spinal Injuries

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What to Do When an Accident Causes Back & Spinal Injuries

Lawyers guide you through your claim for a spinal cord injury.

A back injury can seriously damage the spine and spinal cord. A spinal cord injury is generally caused by a blow to the back that fractures or dislocates the vertebrae in the spine. Additional damage can be caused when the vertebrae or fractured spine pieces tear into cord tissue or damage the nerves. The most severe injuries cause paralysis below the site of the injury.
Suppose you sustained a severe back injury or spinal injury because of the negligence or wrongful acts of another. In that case, it’s in your best interest to find an attorney to help you obtain compensation for your medical bills, rehabilitation, permanent injuries, lost wages, loss of earning capacity, pain and suffering, and other harm. Our Law Office is are dedicated to helping you obtain the full compensation you need and deserve under the law. Our highly experienced lawyers personally handle your case to ensure the best quality of service and results. More on this website

What are the symptoms of spinal injuries?

Because spinal injuries are internal, they are not always easily recognized or diagnosed. If you or a loved one was in a car or truck accident, a slip and fall accident or otherwise injured your spine, seeking medical treatment is the best way to diagnose the injury and minimize the harm. Many symptoms indicate a spinal cord injury, including:
Pain or pressure in the neck, head, or back
Tingling or loss of sensation in the hand, fingers, feet, or toes
Partial or complete loss of control over any body part
Urinary or bowel problems
Balance and walking problems
Bands of pain or pressure in the area between the head and abdomen
Difficulty breathing
Unusual lumps on the head or spine
Signs of weakness or brain injury
Unconsciousness or semiconsciousness

What kind of back injuries can you sustain in an car accident?

Our lawyers help you obtain compensation for all types of serious injuries to the back, neck and spine, including:
Herniated disc injuries
Spinal cord injury
Slipped vertebrae
Broken or fractured spine
Pinched or damaged nerves
Numbness, pain, or weakness
Blood pressure problems
Loss of muscle, lung, bowel, or bladder control
Reduced mobility
Paralysis, including paraplegia and quadriplegia

What are the causes of back and spinal injuries?

Diseases and accidents can both cause a spinal injury. Alcohol is a factor in about one out of four accidental spinal injuries. At our Law Office, our attorneys assist victims in obtaining compensation from negligent parties in all types of accidents that cause an injury to the spine. Auto accidents and motorcycle accidents are the leading cause of spinal cord injuries. They cause more than 40 percent of annual new injuries in the United States. Trip and slip and fall accidents and falls from heights cause more than 25 percent of spinal injuries. If you are over age 65, falling is the most common way to injure your spine.
About 15 percent of spinal cord injuries are caused by gunshot wounds, knife wounds and other violent acts. Athletic and recreational activities, including impact sports, such as football and diving in shallow water cause about 8 percent of back injuries.

Seek help from attorneys with records of compassionate service and proven results
Our Law Office has decades of experience helping clients obtain compensation in and out of the courtroom for severe back and spinal injuries and a history of more than $100 million in settlements. For highly sensitive, personalized service with your case, contact our lawyers. Consultations are free, and we charge no legal fees until we win compensation for you.

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