Back Injury Claims
In truth, a strong and healthy back is something you take for granted. Accordingly, it isn’t until you experience a back injury that you understand how painful and debilitating it can be. Muscular strain or spinal fractures can make even the most simple of actions, such as sitting up, unbearable. Thus, back injury claims are necessary to regain some semblance of life.
If you have been left in pain due to an accident that was not your fault, whether it’s a slipped disc from lifting a heavy item at work or a fracture from a car crash, contact The Compensation Experts. Our advisors will pair you with a personal injury solicitor experienced in obtaining damages for clients in situations like yours. It will also help to cover the cost of medical treatment and replace income lost through being unable to work.
Types of Back and Spinal Injury
Back injuries can occur from doing something you’ve done countless times before or completely out of the blue. Types of back injury include:
- Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI). This can lead from inadequate training or poor health and safety procedures which have allowed you to continue a dangerous way of doing something, or from having equipment or furniture which positioned incorrectly to suit your needs, causing you to overcompensate physically.
- Lifting something heavy, especially at work. Your employer has a legal duty to ensure that you know the correct procedure for lifting objects and that you have the proper equipment if required.
- Tripping or falling in a public place. Anyone who has slipped on wet floor and landed awkwardly on their coccyx can tell you how painful an injury it can be.
- A road traffic accident (RTA) which leaves you with spinal or muscular damage in your back.
- Falling from a ladder, scaffolding, or platform which has not been secured correctly at work.
These five examples are some of the more common reasons clients use The Compensation Experts for compensation claims. We collaborate with a variety of solicitors and will carefully match you to the one with the skills and experience which suit your circumstances. We appreciate that the decision to contact a lawyer about your injury can seem daunting so we do our best to make the process of claiming compensation as smooth as possible by avoiding overuse of jargon and keeping you informed each step of the way.
How Can We Help?
Whether or not you have decided if you will claim compensation, contact The Compensation Experts. We happily offer you a free, no-obligation consultation to initially assess the situation around your injury and advise whether your claim has a strong chance of success. Should you decide to proceed, we will then pair you with a personal injury solicitor who will compile the evidence required to justify your claim, proving that not only were you injured but that it was due to the other party’s negligence or error.
Your solicitor will submit a written request for compensation to the responsible party which may trigger negotiation about what constitutes a fair and appropriate payment. If an agreement can’t be met your lawyer will advise you to seek support through the courts and will represent you and fight for your best interests until you reach a satisfactory outcome.
Compensation can pay for treatment to help each your physical struggle, and also cover any financial loss you may have incurred from being unable to work. Your first step towards regaining your life is to contact The Compensation Experts today.
*Conditions may apply
Need some help?
Am I eligible?
If you have been harmed physically in the last 3 years, due to someone else’s negligence, the short answer is yes.
Exceptions to this are for instance industrial disease or if you were a child at the time of the accident. In this case you may have a longer period to claim.
How much could I claim?
As every injury is different, the amount of compensation paid out can differ case to case. Varying factors lead to the final figure. These include: extent of your injuries, loss of earnings, future losses and more.
Our dedicated team of experts will give you an indication of how much you could potentially claim for.
How does the process work?
We understand that when making a claim it’s important to know what to expect and when to expect it. That’s why we make the process as transparent & clear as possible.
Your solicitor will gather all the evidence. They will then notify the negligent party that you wish to begin claim proceedings. With your solicitor negotiating on your behalf, you will be up to date every step of the way.
Why should you use us?
No Win No Fee*
We assess all claims on a No Win No Fee basis, then we can determine how successful a claim is likely to be. However, if your claim is successful we will charge up to 25% of the total compensation awarded and if you terminate the agreement before your claim for damages ends then you may be liable to pay basic charges in addition to this.
We assess each claim on its merits with the information you provide, which then helps us to determine its likely success rate.
Our dedicated panel are experts in securing compensation no matter the injury.
Our panel of personal injury lawyers are committed to securing the best possible outcome for you while providing expert support every step of the way.
Personal Dedicated Team
Each client has their own Personal Injury lawyer who will work on the case from start to finish. They will also be there every step of the way. The client has a direct phone number and direct email address of the lawyer.
Expert back injury advisors working for you
We specialise in helping victims of injury claim the compensation they deserve.
We work on a No Win No Fee* basis, so if we don’t win your case you don’t pay! Once you make contact, our experienced team will work to recover the maximum compensation you are entitled to.
However, you should be aware that the panel of solicitors we work with may charge up to 25% of the total compensation awarded if your claim is successful. Further, if you terminate the agreement before your claim for damages ends you may be also be liable to pay basic charges including (but not exclusively) disbursements, and barrister’s fees.