Back, Neck and Spine Injury Attorneys
From car crashes to work accidents, back, neck and spine injuries are widespread. Most injuries occur when the muscles and ligaments are stretched beyond their capacity. This strain causes pain and inflammation that can be quite debilitating. Back, neck or spine pain is trying to live with because you can’t find comfort while sitting, standing, or lying down, which means you’re virtually always in pain.
If you were the victim of an incident that left you suffering from a back injury, spinal cord injury or neck injury, you might be entitled to compensation for the medical bills, pain, suffering, and even future medical bills. At The Carlson Law Firm, we have attorneys, nurses, and investigators who specialize in not only helping you physically but helping to prove negligence also. Our goal is to get you the best result possible. A back neck and spine injury lawyer from The Carlson Law Firm can help you get on the road to recovery.
Back, neck and spine injuries may be caused by a variety of events such as car crashes, on-the-job accidents, slip and falls, sports injuries, and even medical error.
One of the most common causes of these serious injuries are auto accidents. The impact of the crash causes the body to be violently thrown in various directions, forcing vertebrae, muscles, and ligaments out of their natural position.
The spinal cord is composed of a bundle of nerves that are encased within the spinal column. These nerves are responsible for carrying messages from the brain to the body and vice-versa, making them imperative. Since these nerves play such a central role in transmitting information to nearly every part of the body, any injury to the cord can be devastating.
The term back injury is a general term that envelops injuries that affect each part of the back. Your specific injury is unique to your situation. There are several types of back injuries a person may experience, including but not limited to: lower back injury, upper back injury, inflammation, fractures, whiplash, herniated discs, stenosis, scoliosis, compression fracture and vertebral fracture.
If you were the victim of an incident that left you suffering from a neck, back or spine injury, you might be entitled to compensation for the medical bills, pain, suffering, and even future medical bills. An injury lawyer from The Carlson Law Firm can help you get on the road to recovery with a spinal cord injury lawsuit.