Palm Springs Back Injury Attorney
Personal Injury Lawyer in Palm Springs
Looking for an attorney for a back injury case in Palm Springs? Have you pulled a muscle or strained your back? Your spine is comprised of 33 different bones and it is surrounded by muscles and tissue that that go up and down your back from your pelvis up to your skull. The backbone is designed to protect the spinal cord which is a bundle of nerve tissues.
Whenever the vertebrae or the cartilage in your back is damaged it could lead to temporary disability or even long-term injuries. If you or a loved one has suffered a serious back injury please do not hesitate to contact our Palm Springs personal attorney for assertive legal advocacy. We understand how difficult it can be to suffer from an immobilizing back injury and we are here to help you recover a fair injury settlement.
Common Causes for Back Injuries
- Automobile accidents
- Sports injuries
- Falling from high heights
- Tripping and falling
- Excessive twisting of the spine
- Blunt force to the back
- Muscle strains
- Lifting heaving objects
If you are experiencing severe back pain, be sure to seek immediate medical attention. The doctor will be able to perform an X-ray, CT scan, or MRI scan to see if your spine or the surrounding muscles or tissues have been damaged.
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Two Types of Back Injuries
Back injuries are not uncommon. In fact, there are two commonly diagnosed back injuries that people suffer from. Those two back injuries include Spondylolisthesis and Cervical Radiculopathy.
- Spondylolisthesis- This is where one or multiple vertebra slip out of place. This typically occurs more towards the base of the spine. What happens is one of the lower vertebra slip either backwards or forwards over the vertebra bone beneath it. This can happen when the vertebra experiences trauma or a stress fracture.
- Cervical Radiculopathy- This type of back injury is based on the damage of the nerves in your cervical spine [neck]. If a vertebrae is compressed or a disc is torn or ruptured it could cause damage to the nerve roots in that area. When nerves are compressed in the cervical area of the spine it can cause serious pain, loss of sensation and/or weakness.
People can also suffer from a torn or ruptured disc in the spine. In cases where the spine is fractured or dislocated, the spinal cord is at risk which could lead to paralysis and permanent disability.
We Have an AV Preeminent® Rating by Martindale-Hubbell®
At Barry Regar APLC we have assisted countless clients with back injuries in recovering compensation for the damages. Our premier personal injury law firm has earned a prestigious reputation for excellence. Our Palm Springs personal injury lawyer, Mr. Barry Regar, has over 40 years of experience and he has been recognized with a Super Avvo Rating of 10.0.
Over the last four decades, we have collected over $79 million in verdicts and settlements for the injured. Let us help guide you through this difficult process so that you can focus on a quick recovery.