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What’s Causing Neck and Lower Back Pain After a Car Accident?


May 22, 2018

When you are injured in a serious car crash, you could have any combination of soft tissue injuries, broken bones, and damage to nerves and inter-vertebral discs of the spine. Each serious injury may or may not be your fault, but it is something that deserves immediate medical attention. If you are injured by a negligent driver, then you may also consider hiring a spinal cord injury attorney to help you pursue a claim against his or her insurance company. The law places the burden of proof on the injured victim to show how the defendant’s failure to act or intentional act caused the accident-related medical bills. Your condition may require years of serious treatment, which means you may want to seek a recovery for past medical bills and future expenses. There is also time missed from work, any permanent disability ratings, and pain and suffering to potentially include in your claim.

Understanding Neck and Lower Back Pain

Once your car accident, you will need to get serious about completing all of your medical treatments. As you search for a spinal cord injury lawyer, please remember that we offer all prospective clients the customary free consultation, which gives you the opportunity to ask questions about your case. Long after the accident investigation has concluded, you will still be discerning the effects of neck and lower back pain. This can permanently change your lifestyle. Recording your injury medically will help us throughout the case. This is why it is always so important to go to the doctor before attempting to seek legal help to document your injury.

Damage to the Spine is Serious Business

When you are involved in a crash with one or more motor vehicles, there can be an impact which affects your spine and causes injuries to the neck and/or lower back. This is especially true from severe crashes to the rear of your vehicle. Many types of spinal injuries are soft tissue in nature, thus making them harder to prove without documentation from a respected medical provider. Spinal injuries may require ongoing injections, pain pills, massage and chiropractic treatments, and/or visits to the pain management doctor. Some injuries to the spine never heal right away or ever. This is why it is important to have a spinal cord injury lawyer who will try to get you the compensation necessary to pay off medical bills, lost wages, and compensation for pain and suffering.  

You deserve aggressive representation by our dedicated and qualified spinal cord injury attorneys. Our spinal cord injury lawyer works on a contingency fee basis, which means that you don’t pay any fees or costs unless you win the case.

Contact us any time for a free, no-obligation consultation at (888) 888-9285 and talk to one of our personal injury lawyers.

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