Medical professionals often use the term “back injury” to refer to any damage caused to the following:

  • Muscles, ligaments, or other soft tissue

  • Any of the vertebrae in the spinal cord

  • The discs or tissue in between the vertebrae of your spinal cord

Back injuries often cause a victim a great amount of pain and discomfort. Additionally, many back injuries keep a victim from performing their usual activities, such as working, playing sports, or even daily tasks around the house. In fact, many back injury sufferers are unable to do much besides lay down and remain still due to chronic pain. Understandably, this can cause them to miss a great amount of work and income. Furthermore, many people with back injuries require surgical procedures to fully correct the problem, which can be expensive and require an even greater recovery time and time off work. If you have suffered a back injury due to negligence of another party, an experienced personal injury lawyer in Coweta County can help you receive just compensation.

Common accidents that may be caused by negligence and result in back injuries include the following:


  • Auto accidents

  • Motorcycle accidents

  • Pedestrian accidents

  • Slip and falls

  • Falls down stairs or from other heights

  • Workplace accidents

  • Sports injuries

Contact a Coweta County personal injury attorney for a free consultation

If you have suffered any type of back injury in an accident, you are likely experiencing severe pain and limitations in your everyday activities, coupled with the pileup of costly medical bills. If the accident occurred because another party acted in a negligent manner, you likely deserve to receive compensation for all of your bills, lost income, pain, and more. At Shane Smith Law, our experienced personal injury attorneys are committed to helping injured victims recover, so please call us today at (770) 487-8999 to schedule your free case evaluation.

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