Back Injury at work?
Many of the claims we deal with, commonly caused as a result of heavy lifting injuries and accident at work. We also deal with injuries caused as a result of road traffic accidents, slips, trips or falls and even as a result of crime in some cases.
If you have suffered a spine or back injury, our team at PHC Law of personal injury solicitors are here to help. Back injury pain can stop the simplest of the task being performed and can have a very restrictive effect on your working day. We have helped many people to obtain compensation for back injuries most commonly at work so have a chat with us about your situation, and we can assist you in finding out what your options are and if you have a case to claim.
In severe cases, we will ensure you receive life-long services, an adaptation of your home, the provision of a wheelchair and the cost of a suitable vehicle. While your claim is being dealt with, in some cases, we will apply for interim payments to be made to help you financially throughout the claims process.
Looking for Back injury claims lawyers in Preston?
Looking for Back injury claims lawyers? Our team of solicitors collectively over 100 years experience in handling claim cases for spinal and back injuries. We understand the pain and suffering the injury can cause you and the effects it can have on your everyday life.
As an accident compensation solicitors, we regularly gain maximum back injury pain compensation awards for our clients. We will assess your injury claim at no cost and ensure you are compensated for everything you are entitled to claim.
Many people who turn to us about injury compensation claims tend to enquire about making a claim for back pain. The misconception of feeling that awards of compensation for back injuries are only made in the most severe of cases, where someone has suffered a disabling injury to their back or spine.
While we do deal with many back injury cases that involve severe and complicated wounds. We also see just as many or more back injury claims cases are due to a slipped disc or lifting items at work where there should have been two people. In many instances leaving people with an injury to the vertebra, muscle damage and various other injuries.
There is no set answer to this without us knowing all the details about your accident. There will probably be things about your injury and the possible long term effects that you may not have thought considered. Various factors always contribute as part of a claim that your solicitor will discuss with you.
If you have suffered an injury through no fault of your own, you are entitled by law to make a claim for compensation within three years of the accident date.
To find out more if we can help, please use the enquiry form to the right and send us some basic information about your claim and we can arrange for you to speak to one of our solicitors. They can help you understand if you firstly have a case and guide you on how much compensation you could receive and what the next step would be.
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