Back Injuries

A back injury sustained due to negligence demands tough-minded representation

Dealing with the emotional, physical and financial toll of a serious back injury can be overwhelming. As an accident victim, you have enough to worry about. Our attorneys may be able to handle many aspects of your case for you, helping you to get the compensation you may be entitled to for your injuries. This allows you to focus on the important task of healing.

The Law Offices of James Scott Farrin has helped more than 20,000 injured North Carolinians. Several of the attorneys in the Personal Injury Department have at least 15 years of experience or more. Call now for a free case review and conversation about your potential claim.

A closer look at lumbar spine injuries

Lower back (lumbar spine) injuries can result in serious and sometimes debilitating pain in the larger muscles of the lower back. Lumbar spine injuries can cause radiating pain, tingling and numbness in the buttocks, legs and feet, a condition sometimes called sciatica.

A closer look at spinal cord injuries

The central nervous system consists of the brain and the spinal column. The spinal column basically sends messages throughout the body through "tracts," which branch out to different parts of the body. Motor tracts, for example, allow the brain to communicate with various muscles. Sensory tracts carry signals from the brain about temperature, pressure, pain and limb positions.

If the spinal cord is injured or damaged, messages from the brain can get mixed-up or prevented from reaching their intended destination. This can cause such symptoms as paralysis, loss of feeling in certain areas of the body and loss of reflex functions. Spinal cord injuries can be very debilitating and can lead to secondary medical problems including infection, muscle spasms, loss of bodily functions, and over-sensitivity to temperature or pain in specific body parts.

Traumatic spinal cord injuries can result from a blow to the spine that breaks, dislocates, crushes or compresses one or more of the bones of the spine (also called "vertebrae").

Contact the Law Offices of James Scott Farrin

If you or someone you know sustained a back injury in a car accident, it's important to talk to an experienced lawyer. If someone's negligent behavior caused you to sustain a back injury, you may be entitled to compensation. Don't let the insurance companies take advantage of you. At the Law Offices of James Scott Farrin, we take an aggressive stand against the insurance companies for our clients. Some of our attorneys once worked for the insurance companies before representing people just like you.

Call or email our firm today. Call 1-866-900-7078.

The Law Offices of James Scott Farrin — we mean business!