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Back and Neck Injuries

Living with the Costs and Long Term Effects of a Spinal Injury Spinal injuries are among some of the most common personal injuries one can receive from car accidents to construction equipment. With these injuries come immense expense required to treat the damage not only in the immediate moment of…

The back is one of the most complicated parts of the body, made up of muscles, bones, joints, nerves, and other tissues. If you were in a catastrophic accident, then a back injury can cause intense pain and potentially render you immobile. To recover, you’ll need the responsible party to pay for…

Yes, whiplash is real. In fact, it has existed since before the invention of the automobile—when it was called railway spine because of its prevalence as an injury in train accidents. Some confusion exists because whiplash is a colloquialism and not a medical term. However, it certainly describes a set…

Whiplash is a common cause of chronic pain after a car accident. Learn more about how this injury relates to your personal injury case. You’ve probably heard the term “whiplash” before, especially if you have ever been in a rear-end car accident. Whiplash injuries are one of the most common…

The human body is very complex. Made up of hundreds of muscles, thousands of tendons, and billions of nerves, the body is a symphony of signals and communication between each of these individual parts. For the body to perform properly, each individual part must function flawlessly. This means that the…

Sitting, standing, driving, walking, carrying, lifting, and sleeping; all activities those suffering from a back injury know they can no longer do without pain or difficulty. Unfortunately, because your back encompasses your spine, supportive ligaments, muscles, and controls your flexibility and mobility, an injury to your back can affect almost…

The Mayo Clinic1 defines a spinal cord injury as damage to the spinal cord itself or to the vertebrae, ligaments, or disks of the spinal column. Such an injury is often caused by a sudden and violent blow to your spine that either dislocates, crushes, or compresses your vertebrae. They…