Are you making Tonbridge and Malling back injury claims after suffering a back injury?
Back problems and back injuries are one of the most common complaints that cause people to go and see their doctors or GPs. Despite being common, back problems can be very serious and, in some cases, they can be difficult to treat.
If the damage to your back is caused over a long period of time, it is often best to see a medical professional as soon as possible so that they can stop the damage from getting any worse. If, for example, your job role exacerbates the injury, you may need to take time off work in order to allow it heal. If you were to continue working you could potentially make the injury far worse.
However, when sudden back injuries occur, most people need to seek medical help straightaway. If, for example, you suffer a back injury in a car accident or a fall, you could have sustained a serious, or even life-threatening injury, so it’s important to access help as quickly as possible.
Although even minor back injuries can cause significant pain and suffering, more serious injuries can also affect your mobility. If the damage is irreversible, you may find that your mobility is permanently affected but, in most cases, doctors are able to offer effective treatments.
If you sustained this type of injury in an incident that wasn’t your fault, there’s a good chance that you will be able to make Tonbridge and Malling back injury claims and you could obtain compensation for the harm that you’ve suffered. However, it isn’t only sudden injuries that can give rise to Tonbridge and Malling personal injury claims. If your injury developed slowly, you could still make Tonbridge and Malling back injury claims, providing you can show that it wasn’t your fault and that it was caused by someone or something else.
If you weren’t given the appropriate equipment to use at work or you were forced to work in cramped conditions, you could suffer a back injury and go on to make Tonbridge and Malling back injury claims against your employer.
However your injuries occurred, if you know that they were caused by someone or something else, you may find it worthwhile to talk to a personal injury solicitor in order to find out whether you will be able to make Tonbridge and Malling back injury claims.
If you’d like to talk to someone today, why not contact Accident Advice Helpline and speak to a member of our personal injury team? We’re always happy to help new claimants and we even offer free no obligation advice so you it won’t cost you anything to find out more about making Tonbridge and Malling back injury claims.
Simply call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 if you’re calling from a mobile phone to access further information or to make a compensation claim today!
Date Published: 16th September 2014