20th March 2020
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Back injuries take a variety of forms, and can range from relatively mild to very severe and life-altering. These include sprains with relatively quick recovery times, ligament and muscle injuries, disc lesions, back fractures, severe spinal damage claims leading to incontinence and impotence, orthopaedic injuries impacting organ function, and back injuries requiring extensive surgery.
It is important to receive professional assistance when making a back injury compensation claim. The value of your claim will depend on factors including your long-term prognosis and how the injury has affected your life. You might think that your injury is relatively minor, but back injuries have a tendency to recur, and can often become more severe on each recurrence.
Back and spinal injury compensation claims can arise due to a range of circumstances. Many arise due to manual handling or accidents at work, while others arise after motor vehicle accidents. However, regardless of the circumstances, the consequences can be devastating. People might find they are no longer able to continue in their former careers, or that they require rehabilitation and long-term care.
As a result, losses and damages can be significantly higher than the figures outlined on this page. If you want to come up with an accurate assessment of the value of your back injury compensation claim, then contact our solicitors to discuss the unique circumstances of your case.
At Clearwater Solicitors, we have personal injury solicitors that specialise in all kinds of back injury claims, and you will be put in touch with a skilled legal professional who has dealt with cases just like yours.
Speak to us for an accurate assessment of the value of your back injury claim or to start claiming compensation today. Simply call us on 08000 430 430, or put your details into our online enquiry form to request a call back.