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Back Injury

Helping Back Injury Victims Recovers

Back injuries such as soft-tissue injuries, fractures and ruptured disks, which are often accompanied by radiating pain, can radically restrict and redefine a person’s life. Everyday activities that a person may have taken for granted might now be too painful to perform. Depending on the severity of the injury, even simply sitting upright for a period of time could create excruciating pain.

It is difficult to imagine living with that sort of pain on an ongoing basis, but for those who are living with the reality of a serious back injury, the impact can be devastating. A back injury can prevent you from being able to:

  • Maintain employment
  • Care for others
  • Handle basic household responsibilities
  • Function productively

A key to building a successful back injury case is being able to clearly illustrate the impact the injury has had on the victim’s life. Our attorneys have extensive experience in creating the most persuasive cases for our clients, and they have access to expert witnesses who can offer opinions to support these cases.

Decades Of Experience In Back Injury Cases

At Brown Paindiris & Scott, our lawyers have been helping the injured effectively pursue compensation since 1977. We know what it takes to build a strong back injury case, and we commit our firm’s resources to helping people secure the compensation they need to be able to live with the impact of their injury. Our goal is to ensure that our clients have access to the medical and financial resources to allow them to live to the fullest.

We have earned an AV* Preeminent rating from Martindale-Hubbell’s peer-review rating system, the highest available rating, for the quality legal service we provide.

Our firm offers its knowledgeable representation to those who have suffered a back injury, including:

  • Soft-tissue injuries
  • Paralysis or numbness
  • Disk herniation
  • Ruptured disks
  • Bulging disks
  • Arthritic condition
  • Fractures
  • Adjacent disk or joint disease
  • Radiating pain