Back injuries can occur many ways, including through a workplace injury, a slip and fall or a car accident. If the negligence or intentional conduct of another person has caused your back injury or exacerbated a pre-existing injury, you may be entitled to damages, including you medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering.
Types of back injuries can include:
When an accident exacerbates a pre-existing injury, the defense will often argue against its responsibility by blaming all the person’s problems on the pre-existing back complaints. Skilled personal injury attorneys know how to prove responsibility for a back injury and the proper measure of damages.
Back injuries can affect your day to day life, both personally and professionally. If left unattended, injuries can become chronic and result in even more pain. If you have suffered a back injury, whether it be a herniated or slipped disk, nerve pain or an undiagnosed injury, the attorneys at Armstrong & Lee LLP can help. We often work with experts to identify and the cause of your pain and suffering and act quickly to seek the maximum recovery for you, both physically and financially. Contact Armstrong & Lee LLP today for your free consultation.