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Spinal injuries can substantially impact on your quality of life and a serious spinal injury will often mean you require long-term comprehensive care, which will be costly. Many people who suffer spinal damage do so following an accident, perhaps at work or in a motor vehicle, and at JMW, our solicitors have the experience needed to secure the compensation these people deserve.
Over the years, we have secured millions of pounds worth of compensation for people with all kinds of spinal injuries, from temporary bruising and pain to long-term and life-changing breaks and fractures.
To speak to our legal professionals about your injuries and how we can help ease the financial blow of dealing with life after an accident, call us now on 0800 054 6078. Alternatively, fill in our online contact form and someone will be in touch.
What Our Clients Say
How JMW Can Help
A large proportion of our clients are seeking compensation for spinal injuries that occurred in accidents which were not their
- Workplace accidents
- Slips, trips
- Accidents in the home
- Road accidents - including motorbike accidents
This list is not exhaustive, and we will be happy to take on your spinal injury claim case regardless of the circumstances in which you were hurt.
Our legal professionals strike the balance between compassion and professionalism. Our sympathetic team is always focused on securing as high a compensation payout as possible, but they are also on hand to listen and offer emotional support.
As well as compensation for spinal injuries themselves, we can ensure that other financial expenses that you've had as a result of your injury are included as part of your claim. These expenses can include (but are not limited to):
- Medical costs
- Adaptations to houses and adapted vehicles to allow for independent living
- Interim payments to assist with losses incurred as a result of you or family members having to take time off work
The Spine and You
The spine is one of the most important and complex parts of the body. It provides you with
Your spine is vital for ensuring you are able to lead an active, pain-free life. However, your spine can be susceptible to harm through various types of injury. If you have sustained a spinal injury, it will most likely impact your ability to move and perform bodily functions, depending on which part of the spine you have damaged.
The pages below will help you understand how the spine works and what happens when you damage certain parts of it: