Back injury solicitor
Everybody moans about feeling the odd twinge and most people will suffer minor back injuries at times in their life. But constant and debilitating back pain is a horrible thing to have to bear.
What causes serious back pain?
Back injuries can range from crushed vertebrae to torn ligaments, herniated discs to fractures of the spine. Lower back pain is often caused by incorrect lifting methods. Victims can feel acute or chronic pain, numbness or muscle weakness in the affected area. This can sometimes lead to further damage
If you are suffering, then your quality of life is likely to be reduced; you may be unable to work or carry out normal day-to-day activities. This is painful for the person concerned and often frustrating for both them and their family.
How do back injuries happen?
There are a variety of causes – from road traffic accidents, slips, trips and falls, accidents at work, in the home or at play. In some cases, there may even be medical negligence involved. Another possibility is that you could suffer a repetitive strain injury whilst working.
Why you should consult a back injury solicitor
Generally, you can claim if you have had an accident, or the injury is caused by someone else. The cause needs to have occurred within the last three years – and you should have sought medical attention. It’s vital to put the facts to a back injury solicitor as soon as possible. You can talk to our friendly and professional advisers in confidence and then decide if you wish to go ahead and make a claim.Open Claim Calculator
Why Accident Advice Helpline?
For over 15 years we’ve been helping folk like you to claim for those things that happened which weren’t their fault. Our lawyers all work on a no win no fee* basis; and our advice line is answered 24/7 on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile. As legendary consumer champion Dame Esther Rantzen says: “You can trust Accident Advice Helpline to look after you”.
The next step
If you feel you may have a claim, contact us now and allow a back pain solicitor to assess the facts and offer professional advice. Most claims are processed by telephone and most claimants never have to attend court.
We can’t help with the pain, but we can help you gain the compensation you deserve.