Back injuries are a common result of accidents at work.
Claims for personal injury can range from “minor” injuries, such as soft tissue damage (tendon, ligament or muscle damage) to “major” injuries including prolapsed discs and paraplegia.
Even if you have a pre-existing back condition, you may still be able to make a claim for personal injury compensation after an accident at work that was not your fault. If your condition is aggravated or accelerated as a result of an accident at work that results in personal injury, you may be able to make a claim. We can help you establish whether a compensation claim for personal injury is worth pursuing.
Back injuries are commonly caused by tripping or slipping or by manual lifting at work.
A medical opinion is obtained to ascertain the extent of the personal injury, and treatment is then recommended which may improve your symptoms. Scarring, as a result of the accident at work, or following any surgical procedures, can also be assessed with a view to reducing the appearance of any scarring. Any psychological reaction to the personal injury can also be assessed depending on the nature of the trauma and the effect upon the individual involved.
Stephen Astin of Farnworth Rose Personal Injury Solicitors qualified as a solicitor in 2003 and joined the firm in 2007. Stephen acts in the field of compensation claims for Accidents and Illnesses at work. Offering a friendly and professional service he will deal with your claim for compensation.
Farnworth Rose Personal In jury Solicitors offer clients a personal one to one service and ensure that you receive 100% of your damages. We do not use middlemen and will give you sound and sensible advice. Our aim is to deal with your claim efficiently and professionally, and to maximize the amount of your award. We operate on a no win on fee basis and even pay you £100 when we take on your claim.
Call Stephen free on 08000 1 54321 or fill in the online claim form.
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