Back Injuries

What should I do if I have a Back Injury and it's someone's fault?

What are the most common types of back injuries?
Spondylolisthesis, a slipping of the vertebra that occurs at the base of the spine and Cervical Radiculopathy, damage or disturbance of nerve function that results if one of the nerve roots near the cervical vertebrae is compressed.

How do I know if my back pain is serious?
What should you look for that might indicate something more serious than a strained muscle? Something such as a damaged disk in your back. Numbness, tingling, or weakness. If your back pain is accompanied by numbness or tingling in the legs, back, or anywhere else in your body, you should get to your doctor right away.

What are the Most Common Causes of Neck & Back Injuries?
Car Accidents. Car accidents are a leading cause of neck and back injuries.

Slip and Falls. When a person slips and falls, their back may take the brunt of the fall.

Sports Injuries. Sports teams, from students to professionals can become injured while in play or in practice.

If you believe that your injury was caused by someone else’s fault. A car accident, slip, and fall, sports injury on an ill-prepared property, or workplace injury may all warrant a personal injury claim depending upon the circumstances. To learn more about your right to file a claim and when pursuing a settlement or you will want to consult an attorney you trust.