Helping Accident Victims Pursue Compensation For Neck And Back Injuries
When a truck or car accident injury causes damage to a victim’s neck, back or spinal cord, he or she may need years of expensive therapy and long-term medical care. Sometimes recovery is not an option. On other occasions, these catastrophic injuries can lead to wrongful death.
At the , we are dedicated to achieving justice for accident victims with neck and back injuries in St. Paul, Minneapolis, the Twin Cities metro area and throughout Minnesota. Our caring lawyers have come to the aid of injured people like you, with concerned families like yours, since 1981. During that time, we have handled thousands of personal injury cases and built a significant reputation for results.
Whiplash And Spinal Cord Injuries Can Occur In Any Type Of Accident
Temporary or permanent lower back, upper back, and neck injuries can be the result of car accidents or truck accidents and many different kinds of work activity, including construction site duties and company motor vehicle accidents. Recurrent lifting and twisting motions, carrying heavy loads and an assortment of on-the-job physical stresses can result in injury to your back and neck.
Contact our skilled St. Paul neck and back injury attorneys at this toll-free number: 888-556-3551.
Quality, Compassionate, Experienced Representation For Personal Injury Victims
Car, truck and motorcycle accidents or strenuous work activities can cause a broad range of back and neck injuries, including:
- Herniated discs or bulging in the back or neck areas
- Cervical and lumbar area muscle sprain or strain
- Whiplash or soft tissue injuries
- Nerve impingement with pain in the legs or arms
- Sciatica causing pain when walking or sitting
- Degenerative disc disease
Was your back or neck injury suffered while on the job when you fell, or while doing heavy lifting or repetitive motions? You may be entitled to compensation for doctor and hospital bills, time spent in rehabilitation, lost wages, permanent workplace restrictions and disability. There are varying treatments for these injuries, including radio frequency treatment, injections, surgery and new diagnostics such as the MRI or CT scan. The person or persons responsible for the accident that injured you should be responsible for handling these expenses.
The contingency fee basis for our work means that you owe no attorney fee unless recover money for you.
Call Or E-Mail The Law Office Of Thomas B. Schway In Oakdale
Our toll free number is 888-556-3551, or contact us online from wherever you are recovering from a neck or back injury in Minnesota. If you need an evening appointment or home or hospital visit, we can accommodate you.