Back pain is something most people will suffer from to some degree at one time or another in their lives. It can crop up for all kinds of reasons. Sometimes even lifting something in the wrong way or moving in an odd manner can cause you a problem. However most of the time back pain is fleeting and untroublesome – it can even be caused by sleeping in an odd position.
Of course, while many cases of back pain are very minor, some people suffer acute back pain that goes on for some time. These cases can be caused by lots of different things. However our focus here is on back pain that is triggered by the negligence of another person.
How can negligence lead to back pain?
Negligence means someone has not done something they should have done. Perhaps someone has not paid attention on the roads and hit another car as a result. Perhaps they own a business and neglected to provide their staff members with manual handling training that could easily have prevented back injuries from occurring.
As you can see, there are lots of situations where someone could incur back pain that could affect them for some time to come. If this is the case it could have a knock-on effect in many areas of that individual’s life. Perhaps you can identify with this if you have been unlucky to suffer from an injury of this type within the last three years.
Why three years?
We mention the three-year aspect because it is within this period of time that you have the chance to make a no win, no fee claim to see if you are due to receive any compensation for your injuries. You might end up being surprised by the outcome.
The best way to learn whether you have an opportunity to try and claim acute back pain compensation is to give Accident Advice Helpline a call. Our number is 0800 689 0500 and you can see whether one of our lawyers could take you through the process of making an acute back pain compensation claim.
If so, you might end up receiving money in lieu of your injuries. Why not try and claim if you know someone else was at fault, and you have suffered as a result? We could help you get the answers you seek.
Date Published: October 25, 2015
Author: Allison Whitehead