Some of the more common injuries suffered in an auto crash involve the neck, back and spinal cord. Injuries can range from whiplash in a rear-end accident where the head jerks rapidly back and forth, to devastating truck or motorcycle wrecks leaving victims partially or completely paralyzed.
No attorney's fees unless you obtain money for your neck or spine injuries.
For more than 20 years, victims and their families have turned to the spinal cord injury lawyers of Magnuson Lowell P.S. in Redmond. We can help you recover the financial resources you deserve from negligent drivers and their insurance companies.
In a motor vehicle crash, we work with experts in a variety of disciplines to build a solid case that clearly illustrates the impact of an injury on your life, from your career and finances to your family, to how you see yourself. We can help you recover full and fair compensation in a neck or spinal cord injury claim involving:
While X-rays can reveal spinal fractures and MRI tests can identify potential disk problems, force in an accident can over-stretch neck and back muscles causing severe swelling and chronic pain. Many debilitating neck and back injuries that initially seemed minor can eventually require costly surgery, ongoing treatments and physical therapy.
Insurance companies pressure victims to accept low settlements upfront that may not cover the full extent of your injuries over time. Having worked as insurance company attorneys for decades, we know how they operate. We can help ensure you find the proper compensation to treat your potential long-term injuries.
For experienced representation that can make a difference in the outcome of your claim, contact us. We offer honest legal advice and effective representation to help you recover the compensation your family needs. Our firm offers the extensive resources, specific skills and trial experience necessary to effectively address serious spinal cord injuries. The spinal column is the primary support structure and pathway for control of the body. A catastrophic injury to this area can cause partial or full loss of mobility and other body functions.