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Back Injury Claims

Back injuries can be life-changing as any damage to the human spinal cord and can result in lifetime disabilities. If you have suffered from a back injury because of somebody else’s negligence; whether it was at work, in a car accident, or something else you may be entitled to claim compensation for your back injury. 

Check your Eligibility:  Back Injury Claim

First of all, you can only make a back injury compensation claim if a third party has been negligent. This means that a third person has to be blamed for the accident which has directly caused your back injury or exacerbated an already existing back problem. However, there are other aspects to consider like:-

Types of back injuries

Back injuries can be very troublesome. You can’t sit, can’t walk, and can’t drive properly. Moreover, if your spine gets injured, then it may lead to even paralysis. Hence, any back injury can cause a lot of pain and can usually stop you from having the ability to steer and move around as was common. At Consumer Injury Claims we can help you claim injury compensation. We work with various partners that specialise in Personal Injury and  can normally facilitate your irrespective of how minor or serious your injury is.

How much compensation will you get for a back injury?

Back injuries are often extremely complex and even the foremost innocuous of tweaks can attract back pain for several months or perhaps years to come back. The rules for back injury compensation amounts are as follows:

Types of Damages: General and Special

General damages are financial compensation as a result of accident-related back injuries covering issues such as:

Special damages that relate purely and easily to financial redress for expenses incurred and funding requirements for the long run, all directly associated with back injuries received as a consequence of the accident. Specifically, special damages can include:

Checking the Extent of Injury

Most compensation claims for back injuries would require you to be examined by an independent and unbiased health worker who will prepare an official report on your injuries. The expert will examine your back; go through your hospital records and other records about your back injury. They will also observe your occupational health and personnel records too to determine whether you had any relevant health issues before the accident. The independent health expert provides a fair assessment of the impact of your injuries, to support your compensation claim, and is routine in most personal injury claims cases.

Your official report will outline plenty of knowledge about your injury, including:

How having a personal injury solicitor will help you?

Your personal injury lawyer solicitor will handle your back injury claim from the initial consultation through to the financial settlement. Additionally, your personal injury lawyer will work with other specialists to assist you with: