Spinal cord and back injuries are caused by trauma to the spine that fractures, dislocates, crushes, or compresses vertebrae. Accident victims may sustain mild to severe spinal and back injuries in a variety of ways, from car crashes to falls. The National Spinal Cord Injury Statistical Center estimates that 12,500 new cases of spinal injury occur annually and that victims cope with symptoms ranging from chronic pain to severe nerve damage and partial or full paralysis.
If you have suffered a spine or back injury due to the negligence of another person, you deserve compensation. A consultation with an attorney can help you to learn how to get it.
How a Back or Spine Injury Can Change Your Life
A spine or back injury can have long-lasting impacts on your health and the way you live your life. To understand what your legal options are for compensation, it is crucial that you seek the help of an experienced law firm. Your injury may not only require significant ongoing medical expenses, but may also prevent you from working and earning an income. In addition, the recovery period can be frustratingly long and painful. Being able to cope with your injuries now and in the future is dependent on securing fair compensation for the pain you have endured.
When you choose to work with the Chester Law Group Co. LPA, you gain access to over 190 years of combined legal experience in personal injury law. Our highly experienced team of Ohio lawyers know exactly how to address the complexities related to specific injury types, including spine and back injuries.
We can guide you through the legal processes involved with a variety of issues including:
- Demonstrating the incurrence of soft tissue injuries, like whiplash;
- Proving that a victim has incurred medical expenses, or that medical expenditure are necessary (like a necessary surgery or the purchase of a wheelchair);
- Proving that you are suffering from chronic pain; and
- Demonstrating that you are now unable to work as a direct result of your injuries.
Unfortunately, insurance adjusters do their best to minimize the amount of compensation you will receive for injuries. Our job is to counter that and make sure that you get the maximum amount of compensation. Insurance companies know our firm and know that we will not settle for anything less than what your claim is worth. If you are not presented with the settlement you deserve, we will continue the fight even if it means advancing the case to trial.
Choose an Attorney Who Will Fight For You
If you have sustained a spine or back injury, we encourage you to consult with our back injury attorneys to learn more about your options. We will do everything that we can to make sure that you are not left dealing with your injuries alone. Contact our back injury attorneys by calling 800-218-4243. With offices in more than 19 cities throughout Ohio, our attorneys are ready to help you. Reach out to us today.