Your back and spine are vital because they are your body’s support systems and without them, you wouldn’t be able to stand or move. Even in a medium-sized market town such as Ashbourne, sometimes back injuries happen.
Whether you are checking out the historical buildings or attending the yearly Shrovetide football game, you may find that a back injury can happen in the most unexpected place and at the most unexpected time.
Of course, this is why any smart town resident keeps the number for injury lawyers in Ashbourne on hand at all times.
Who should you call? Injury lawyers in Ashbourne!
Getting in touch with injury lawyers in Ashbourne is literally as easy as calling 0800 689 0500. Why? Because this is the number for us, Accident Advice Helpline, a claims management company recommended by the consumer champion Dame Esther Rantzen. You can also reach us on 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.
We were established to help those who have been injured accidentally through no fault of their own. So what does this mean for you? In essence, it means that if you are ever injured, you will always know who to call.
Back injuries can impact you for life
Back injuries are some of the most unfortunate injuries you can possibly experience and whether they are mild or serious, they will haunt you for the rest of your life.
- Mild injuries – mild back injuries are so-called because they do not cut off movement, though they may restrict it. A vertebra sliding out of place, or damage to the coccyx are not serious injuries, but they will haunt you for the rest of your life. You will have to bear the pain of those for the rest of your life, but why should you have to bear the cost? That’s what injury lawyers in Ashbourne are for.
- Moderate injuries – moderate injuries are those that may restrict movement for some time. If you have a spinal injury, you may need to use crutches or a wheelchair, or even stay bed-bound for a long period of time. Though this is not a permanent injury, it does still limit your ability to do your job, and make a living and to have a normal life.
- Serious injuries – these types of injuries will restrict your movement permanently. They include paralysis of the arms and legs and you may even become a quadriplegic or paraplegic. This is a worst-case scenario and generally, only the most serious types of injuries will result in these problems.
So why should you always keep in touch with injury lawyers in Ashbourne through Accident Advice Helpline? For all the reasons stated above.
When you are focusing on your health, you need someone else to focus on getting a claim submitted and getting you some form of compensation. That is exactly what an injury lawyer can do for you.
Date Published: 3rd November 2013
Author: David Brown