August 19, 2019

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Back and Neck Injuries Happen in Many Ways

Spine Injury

Are you living with the consequences of a back or neck injury? Are you caring for someone who cannot do what they used to do because of their injuries? Maybe you can no longer work because of your injuries, or you are trying to figure out how you will make ends meet after missing months of work. Back and neck injuries can range in severity from those that take you out of your life for a time but eventually heal completely, to those which cause permanent impairment that is so severe you require 24-hour care. Understanding how your back or neck injury occurred is key to recovering the full compensation you deserve.

Back and Neck Injuries Caused in Accidents

Back and neck injuries are often the result of the following types of accident and incidents:

Consequences of Back and Neck Injuries

Back and neck injuries can be very expensive. They can also mean a lifetime of pain, loss of mobility and the inability to perform the same type of work and earn at the same level as you did before. Extreme injuries, such as spinal cord injuries, can mean a shortened life expectancy and life-time costs in the millions. But even injuries that are not life-threatening can change your life forever.

You need the help of experienced personal injury attorneys so that you can recover the full and fair compensation you need for your injuries.

To learn more about potential compensation for your back and neck injuries, please call an experienced attorney in your area right away.

About Sandra Dalton

With a background as a paralegal, focusing on criminal defense and civil rights, Sandra Dalton launched her freelance writing career in 2000 with a weekly column on Freedom for Suite 101 and pro bono projects for individuals and organizations supporting causes close to her heart. One of her first projects was for the Police Compliant Center writing about police misconduct. Sandra’s legal writing quickly expanded to include personal injury, animal welfare, criminal defense, disability discrimination, family law and much more.

Sandra’s other writing around the web includes a broad range of topics such as food, pet health, feral cats, music and film. Sandra is also a fine art photographer, helps with animal rescue and TNR in her community, and volunteers as a DJ at her local radio station.