Nerve pain can change day-to-day. Just because it's better today doesn't mean it will be tomorrow. Make sure you don't accept an insurance claim without getting a full recommendation from your doctor.
Nerve pain can linger on for days, weeks, months, and even years after an injury has occurred.
Yes, you can.
Any accident that resulted in an injury and was caused by the neglect or recklessness of someone else falls under Personal Injury Law. A broken bone can result in high medical bills, lost wages from work, and pain and suffering.
Back injuries are a common type of injury we work with.
Most of the back injuries our clients deal with have happened in auto accidents, premises liability, and work-related accidents.
All it takes is someone not paying attention to cause a significant neck injury or whiplash.
Whiplash typically occurs when your head is forcefully and quickly thrown forward and then backward.
Whiplash injuries are very common in motor vehicle accidents, but even a bad fall can be enough of a jolt to do damage.
Make sure what you think is a "bump", isn't actually something more serious.
A Soft tissue injury can result from a single impact during an accident or from repetitive strain over time.
Exposure to carbon monoxide can lead to the sudden onset of illness and even death if the carbon monoxide reaches a certain level. It’s a dangerous gas that is both odorless and colorless. And sometimes the exposure can lead to long-lasting injury.
When carbon monoxide poisoning is caused by someone else's negligence you might be able to hold that person or entity responsible for your medical bills and other expenses.
Neck and back injuries can hide themselves.
Car accidents are the main cause of neck and back injuries. These types of injuries can be mild to severe. It’s important that you understand that neck and back injuries aren’t always the most severe directly after an accident.
Some slip and fall incidents are naturally occurring, and some could have been prevented.
In Illinois, we have a rule that governs if a slip and fall accident was a natural or non-natural occurrence. It’s call the unnatural accumulation rule. Slip and fall cases fall under a premise liability personal injury claim.