Compensation for personal injury back claims

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At Accident Advice Helpline, we can help you to seek compensation for personal injury back claims. Our solicitors have been winning compensation for over 15 years. To start your claim, simply complete our 30-second test or call us for free on 0800 689 0500.

Common back/spinal personal injury claims

Accidents at work

Your employer has a legal duty of care to reduce the possibility of you injuring your back at work. However, accidents can happen; typical examples include:

  • Injuries received while operating heavy machinery;
  • Falling from a height on a construction site; and
  • Manual handling accidents.

If your job involves lifting, pulling, pushing or twisting the spine, you are susceptible to injuring your back.

Slips, trips and falls

Some common back injuries sustained include the following:

  • Falling down stairs in a public space;
  • Tripping due to potholes in pavements or roads; and
  • Slipping on wet floors in establishments.

Road traffic accidents

Spinal injuries can easily occur in accidents on our roads:

  • Car crashes and motorbike collisions;
  • Cyclist and motorbike injuries resulting from potholes; and
  • Pedestrians hit by cars, buses or lorries.

Compensation for personal injury back claims

Back pain can be very debilitating, and it is a widely known that even when the cause of a back injury is known, chronic back pain can be very difficult to treat. The slightest awkward movement can set you back greatly.

Accident Advice Helpline are experts in winning personal injury back claims. We understand how hard it can be to live with a back injury and we will seek to win you compensation in the shortest possible time.

Am I entitled to compensation?

If you suffered a back injury and someone else was at fault, you could have a claim. The accident or incident must have happened in the past three yearsAccident Advice Helpline will work on your behalf to win you compensation. We work on a no win no fee* basis, so if you don’t win your claim then you don’t have to pay us a penny.

Complete our 30-second online test or call our freephone number on 0800 689 0500 to start your claim today. You’ll have the opportunity to talk to one of our friendly and professional advisors, who will put you in touch with a legal specialist, starting your claim. Alternatively, call us if you’d like to have an initial conversation with no obligation to proceed. Anything you tell us will be treated in the strictest of confidence.

Accident Advice Helpline: experts in winning compensation for personal injury back claims.

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