Back And Neck Injuries

Paralysis ● Herniated Disks ● Chronic Pain

Neck and back injuries are the most common injuries people suffer in violent car accidents. Severe trauma to the spinal cord can result in full or partial paralysis (quadriplegia, hemiplegia or paraplegia). A rear-end collision can cause whiplash, with serious neck pain and headaches.

Back injuries are also common from falls, such as falls on poorly maintained properties or accidents in the workplace. The twisting motion involved in a fall can result in herniated or ruptured disks in the spine, an intensely painful and debilitating injury.

Serious neck and back injuries can change your life. You will likely have to take time off work, or you may find that you cannot do the same job again. Your day-to-day activities may change, as things you once did now become too painful. You may find that you suffer from chronic pain syndrome (CPS), which interferes with every aspect of daily life, making even sleeping difficult.

No recovery, no fee for all personal injury cases.

When You Need Experienced Legal Help

The right attorney for your neck and back injury claim can mean the difference between a small settlement and a sum that truly reflects your suffering and need for rehabilitation. When you need legal help with a personal injury claim or a workers' compensation claim, contact the Pennsylvania law firm of Solomon, Berschler, Campbell & Thomas, P.C.

Our Norristown neck and back injury lawyers have the experience and skill to get results in your case. We review medical records, MRIs, and EMG reports with confidence and attention to detail. We work with leading experts in the field: neurologists, neurosurgeons, orthopedic surgeons, pain management experts, physical therapists, work capacity evaluators and, for the most serious injuries, life-care planners.

Our trial attorneys aggressively pursue maximum compensation for clients who have suffered neck and back injuries, such as:

  • Lumbar and cervical injuries
  • Herniated disk, ruptured disk, bulging disk
  • Nerve damage
  • Fractures (broken neck, broken back)
  • Paralysis (quadriplegia, hemiplegia, paraplegia)
  • Reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD)
  • Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS)
  • Ligament and tendon sprains

Contact An Experienced Personal Injury Attorney

To learn how we can help you or your loved one achieve the financial recovery you need for serious back and neck disk injuries, contact an experienced personal injury lawyer at Solomon Berschler for an initial consultation.