Neck injuries are extremely common in serious motor vehicle accidents, and serious neck injuries can have long-lasting effects that stay with a person for the rest of his or her life. While some accident victims suffer from minor soft tissue damage or lesser injuries, others are not as lucky. These individuals could suffer from severe spinal cord and peripheral nerve root complications and more.
At The Maurer Law Firm, PLLC, I provide experienced, aggressive representation to clients who were seriously hurt by negligent drivers. I have helped my clients collect millions of dollars in damages since 1980, and my firm is very well-respected in the legal community. I always fight to protect my clients' rights and always pursue maximum compensation on their behalf. To schedule a free consultation, please call us at 845-896-5295.
Common Neck Injuries Caused by Car Accidents
Rear-end collisions, side-impact crashes, rollovers and other types of car accidents can all cause significant damage to a person's head, neck and spine. Even minor car accidents can result in pain and symptoms that might not be immediately apparent.
Speak to me today if you or a loved one was involved in a car accident and suffers from:
- Disc injuries
- Limited range of motion
- Nerve damage
- Ligament and muscle damage
- Damage to your annular ligament (which holds in place and protects the disks in the spine), resulting in herniation
- Bulging disks
- Slipped or ruptured disks
I understand that the severity of neck injuries varies. Each and every injured person, however, regardless of the severity, deserves to have his or her day in court, deserves to have his or her lost wages replaced, and deserves to be compensated for their pain and suffering and any uncovered medical care expenses he or she incurs.
If you have suffered a severe neck injury after being involved in an accident that was caused by someone else's carelessness, please contact The Maurer Law Firm by calling 845-896-5295 to schedule a free consultation at our Fishkill injury law firm.