Neck & Back Injury Lawyers
Our experienced team will help you source the medical treatments needed.
Neck and back injuries are a common result of motor vehicle accidents, slips and falls or other traumatic events. They can also be the result of repetitive twisting, bending or reaching motions. Neck and back injuries involve soft tissue, nerves, vertebrae or a combination of these, and can take weeks or months to recover from, some resulting in long term chronic pain conditions. To make matters worse, neck and back injuries can be hard to identify, despite modern medical technologies.
Common neck and back injuries include whiplash or connective tissue injuries, herniated, ruptured or slipped discs and compression fractures. Even a minor neck and back injury can have serious consequences for the injured person, affecting their ability to work, take care of their family.
Our experienced team of Neck and Back Injury Lawyers will help you source the medical treatments needed to ensure your best chances for recovery, and will help you receive the compensation you are entitled to.
Common cause of neck and back injuries
- Motor vehicle accidents including car accidents, truck accident, bus accidents and motorcycle accidents.
- Bicycle accidents and other recreational accidents.
- Slips and falls
- Construction accidents
Common neck and back injuries
- Herniated, dislocated or bulging discs
- Soft tissue injuries including whiplash
- Paralysis, paraplegia and quadriplegia
What Our Clients Say
I had an absolutely wonderful experience with Janet and her staff at Watson Goepel, I felt very safe and taken care of. I was kept informed of all details throughout my case, and Janet went above and beyond to ensure all of my injuries were well documented and assessed. Janet and her team were very knowledgeable and supportive throughout my time with them and I was very happy with the outcome of my claim. I feel very confident recommending Watson Goepel to anyone!K.S.
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