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Neck & Back Injury

Neck & Back Injury Cases

Although being among the most frequent job injuries, neck and back pain can be particularly difficult to recognize. An injury frequently doesn't fully manifest itself at the time it occurs. If you are unfamiliar with the procedure, this makes filing a neck or back workers' compensation claim challenging. Our team is prepared to assist clients with the extensive paperwork a claim demands and has experience handling work injury cases. We will support you throughout the entire procedure as your dedicated advocates.

Common Neck & Back Injuries Causes

Almost any mishap can result in a neck and back injury as long as the power of impact is severe enough. The most frequent reason, though, is an automobile collision. According to the National Safety Council, 4.6 million persons suffered serious injuries in car accidents in 2016. Other causes include:

Your claim's worth will depend on a number of factors, including how serious the accident was. To learn more about your rights and the best course of action for rehabilitation and prosperity, contact the neck and back injury team at Dash & Port LLP, Injury Attorneys.

Types Of Neck Injuries

Injuries to the neck can have a severe impact on a person's life, even in the absence of legal justice. The price of medical care can devastate a person. Neck injuries might prevent someone from working in their line of work (or work at all) and also has the power to destroy families and relationships. 

Ask a neck and back injury attorney about their experience and the numerous cases they have worked on when you speak with them. The symptoms of numerous neck injuries are identical. Symptoms include bruises, headaches, soreness, and numbness in certain areas and all over. In terms of injury categories, the majority of cases involve:

  • Whiplash

  • Neck Strain

  • Herniated Disc

  • Pinched Nerve 

  • Spinal Stenosis

  • Fractures

  • Spinal Cord Injuries

Back and neck injuries frequently happen together. Call us to speak with a neck and back injury professional during a free consultation if you have been injured in an accident as a result of the carelessness of another individual or company. We will assist you in determining the degree of the other party's liability and the value of your claim.

Types Of Back Injuries

Almost 80% of US adults will experience back problems at some point in their lives, and up to 5% of those individuals could end up permanently crippled as a result of the automobile accidents, falls, and subpar products that caused their trauma. These ailments frequently result in persistent discomfort that demands ongoing medical care. Our personal injury firm can assist you if you are one of the millions of Americans who suffer from these conditions.

There are many different types and degrees of back injuries, but some of the more common ones involve injury to the following:

  • Spinal Cord

  • Discs

  • Soft Tissue

Compensation For Neck & Back Injuries In Los Angeles

Litigation won't fully compensate you for your suffering, but it can assist in reducing the emotional and financial strain that may have been imposed on you and your family. To discuss your case, speak with a Los Angeles neck and back injury attorney right now.

As a victim of a back injury, you have the right to pursue financial compensation from the person or business that was negligent and was legally liable for either the primary cause of your injuries or the secondary cause. In a Los Angeles back injury claim, the compensatory damages could consist of the following:

  • Loss of wages due to inability to work

  • Present and future medical bills

  • Costs for occupational and job-retraining

  • Compensation for household services

  • Loss of enjoyment of life

  • Pain and suffering, including mental anguish

  • Rehabilitation expenses

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