Disabling Spinal Injuries Demand Long-Term Compensation
Back and neck injuries are painful and scary. They affect your entire body and therefore your whole life and your whole family. Proper diagnosis and treatment are critical to prevent further damage and to make sure you heal as fully as possible. You should always seek treatment for any neck or back pain following a fall or auto accident, and you should talk to an attorney if you were injured by someone’s negligence.
The Colorado personal injury attorneys of Flesch & Beck Law have experience advocating for victims of neck and back injuries, including spinal cord injuries resulting in permanent paralysis. We are skilled at establishing liability and insurance coverage for the considerable economic impact. We coordinate closely with clients and their family members to detail the care needs and the effect on quality of life. We are ready to fight for your full and fair damages.
Back Injuries · Neck Injuries · Spinal Cord Trauma
We are familiar with serious spinal injuries, including:
- Quadriplegia and paraplegia
- Fractured vertebrae
- Herniated disks
- Severe whiplash (neck sprain)
- Torn ligaments
- Lower back strain
- Chronic pain, numbness or weakness
A person who is paralyzed may need nursing or assisted living care, as well as home and vehicle modifications. Other people with spinal injuries will require extensive rehab, surgery, pain medications or medical equipment. This is where a lawyer who is experienced with spinal injuries can make a big difference. We won’t bite on the insurance company’s offer to settle the case quickly for a low amount. We will track your medical treatment to make sure that any settlement reflects your ongoing care needs and lost income if you can’t work. If necessary, we will take the case to a jury to get the full value for your injury claims.
Offices In Denver And Englewood
Flesch & Beck Law handles back and neck injuries in motor vehicle collisions, slip-and-fall accidents and other circumstances caused by the negligence of others. We offer a FREE, no-obligation consultation to discuss your legal remedies. Call or contact us online.