A person whose face is not visible, rubbing their sore neck with their hand.

If you have received injuries to your neck or back, or have ever known anyone who has received serious injuries to their neck or back, you are familiar with these often devastating and life-changing types of injuries.  These injuries not only impact the person injured but other family members as well.

It is estimated that there are approximately 11,000 individuals affected by neck and back injuries each year across the U. S., and approximately 250,000 are living with total or partial paralysis resulting from some type of neck or back injury caused by an accident.

Neck and back injuries can leave an individual with intense pain. At best, the injured are dependent upon high-powered pain medication in order to function, and at its worst, without the ability of full range of motion of their neck and back, leaving them unable to even turn their heads.

Spinal cord injuries often result in partial or total paralysis leaving the individual dependent upon other family members, and unable to work, or function in any normal physical capacity.

Causes of Neck and Back Injuries

Neck and back injuries are the result of many types of accidents and often include the following:

Attorney Paul J. Dickman principal from the Dickman Law Office P.S.C. sitting at his deskThe Paul Dickman Law Firm is a well-known group of lawyers highly respected for their experience and expertise in neck and back injury lawsuits.

Our goal is to work with the insurance companies to ensure that you receive fair and just compensation for your injuries. However, we will not hesitate to pursue fairness to our clients through the court system if necessary.

Contact Paul Dickman’s Covington, Kentucky Neck and Back Injury Lawyers today.