Back and spine injuries are traumatic and potentially life-altering. Spinal cord injuries are difficult to treat and results can be uncertain. Owing to the debilitating nature of the injuries, a person may suffer significant financial stress in addition to the physical and emotional toll. It is important to find an attorney who will pursue damages to pay for the potentially life-altering injury caused by the negligence of another. Methods of recovery vary depending on what caused the injury, however, the most common causes of spine injuries in the United States are car accidents and falls. Claims related to back and spine injuries are potentially complicated. It is important to find an attorney capable of spotting the difficult issues and guiding you through the process. Members of Goodnow|McKay are experienced with these claims and are here to help. We are committed to helping our clients to recover fair compensation and are often able to negotiate reasonable settlements with the responsible insurance companies, but we are willing to fight for our clients through trial if necessary. Members of Goodnow|McKay are experienced with these claims and here to help. We are committed to helping our clients recover fair compensation. We are often able to negotiate reasonable settlements with the responsible insurance companies, but we are willing to fight for our clients through trial if it is necessary.
Common Types of Claims:
Methods of recovery vary depending on what caused the spinal cord injury. Most commonly car accidents and falls cause spinal cord injuries. Often automobile insurance policies and home owner's, renter's, or commercial general liability insurance policies are the primary methods of recovery for spinal injury cases.
Victims of spinal cord injuries may be able to recover for:
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