Neck And Back Injuries Are Common Following Accidents
Were you involved in a car crash in Austin or the surrounding area? Did you slip and fall due to a wet or poorly maintained flooring surface? Were you at work when an accident happened and now you are in pain? If you can say yes to any of the above questions and you are now experiencing neck or back pain as a result, you may be able to seek compensation for your losses.
Learn about your legal options by contacting David Komie Law, for a free consultation.
Neck And Back Injury Severity May Not Be Immediately Apparent
Neck and back injuries can happen regardless of how severe an accident may seem. For example, numerous individuals involved in rear-end collisions refuse immediate medical treatment because they feel fine. However, hours, days or even weeks later, the pain may set in. It does not matter what type of accident you are involved in, the moment you notice symptoms of neck and/or back injury, it is wise to seek immediate medical attention. The severity of your injury may not be immediately apparent and swift treatment is needed to hopefully prevent lifelong consequences.
Common neck and back injuries include:
- Soft tissue damage
- Herniated disks
- Ruptured disks
- Bone displacement
- Nerve damage
Some injuries to the neck and back only require physical therapy to treat. Those that are more severe may require surgery, physical therapy and months, if not years, of follow-up care. Some individuals, despite medical intervention, will end up with chronic pain, limited range of motion and other issues.
Fighting For Fair Compensation
If you suffer from neck and back pain resulting from an accident, you already know how severe the physical, financial and psychological impact is on your life. Insurance will only cover so much, leaving you and your family to struggle as you try to move forward. At David Komie Law, we believe that no accident victim should have to suffer in silence. Our law firm is ready to assist you in fighting for fair compensation for your losses. Call us at 512-338-0900 for a case evaluation.