- Workers’ Compensation
- Common Workplace Injuries
- Temporary Total Disability
- Workers’ Compensation FAQ’s
- Workers’ Compensation For Injured Airline Employees
- Workers’ Compensation For Injured Union Employees
- Workers’ Compensation For Injured Construction Employees
- Worker’s Compensation For Injured Factory Employees
- Firefighters, Paramedics, Police Officers And Certain Other Public Employees
- Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) And Workers Compensation
- Ford Motor Company And Illinois Workers’ Compensation
- American Medical Association Impairment Ratings: Only One Factor When Determining The Value Of Your Case
- What Is The Workers’ Compensation Act?
- Car Accidents
- Car Accident FAQ’s
- Broken Bone Or Fracture Injuries
- Neck And Back Injuries
- Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI)
- Wrongful Death
- Femoral Neck
- Thoracic Lumbar
- Proximal Humerus
- Tibial Plateau
- Distal Radius
- Pulvic Ramus
- Back Strain (Lumbar Strain)
- Whiplash Injuries
- Spinal Cord Injuries
- Herniated Disk (Slipped, Ruptured Disks)
- Type Of Car Collisions
- Auto Accident Monetary Damages
- Third Party Cases
- Medical Malpractice
- Products Liability
- Dog Bite
- Slip & Fall
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- Maritime Accidents (Jones Act)
- Pedestrian Accidents
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- Motorcycle Accidents
- Truck Accidents
- Retaliatory Discharge
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- Statutes Of Limitations
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- Family Medical Leave Act
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Chicago Car Accident Lawyers
There are several types of neck and back injuries. Some are more serious than others. From a whiplash injury which usually involves just the neck, to a herniated disk, it is important that you get the best possible treatment available.
The links below describe some of the most common types of neck and back injuries.
Receiving proper treatment for your neck or back injury is the first step in any injury case. Your physical well being should be your first concern.
An experienced personal injury attorney can assist you in dealing with the insurance company to make sure that you are receiving the proper treatment and that your bills are being paid in a timely fashion.
While an experienced attorney may have some idea as to the value of your claim, a good injury attorney will never discuss value with their clients until all medical treatment is completed and the client is back to work leading a normal life. Then and only then should an attorney begin to talk about the value of your case.
In addition to medical treatment, there are other factors an experienced attorney will take into consideration when determining the value of your case including lost wages, pain and suffering, etc. If you would like to receive a Free Case Evaluation contact our office at 800-437-2571 and speak with one of our experienced personal injury attorneys.