Neck injuries are among the most common types of injuries many people sustain in auto collisions. Whiplash, for instance, causes harm to the soft tissues of the neck when a vehicle is rear-ended by another. These also may also occur through other means like falls and such.Back injuries are also very common. Due to the complicated nature of the spine, many individuals often suffer from muscle strains, nerve damage and even disk herniation or ruptures. Some people have permanent debilitating injuries from such trauma.
Fortunately, the law allows injured parties to seek compensation to pay for these types of injuries.
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At Lloyd & Hogan, we have successfully represented individuals with auto accident claims involving neck, back and other catastrophic injuries for many years.
We have recovered compensation for clients that includes damages relating to medical expenses, such as doctors bills, rehabilitation services and therapy treatments, as well as lost wages and pain and suffering.
We have been listed in Super Lawyers and have received the highest AV Preeminent* peer review rating for integrity and legal ability, an award given by attorneys to colleagues for exhibiting high ethical standards. In addition, we are recognized among the best in our field by many professional publications and legal organizations, including:
- Academy of Personal Injury Attorneys
- American Institute of Personal Injury Attorneys
- American Society of Legal Advocates
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If you or a loved one suffers from a neck or back injury as a result of a car or truck accident, let us help you with the legal process. We never charge a fee until you get paid.
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