Experienced Houston Lawyers for Back Injury Victims
Insurance companies are not fond of back injury claims and will do all they can to minimize payout. Often, they will accuse victims of faking an injury or minimize their injuries in other ways. However, any person who suffers from acute back pain can testify — in detail — to how real the pain is. Chronic back pain will drastically alter a person's daily activities.
To discuss your back injury with an experienced catastrophic injury attorney at Abraham, Watkins, Nichols, Sorrels, Agosto & Aziz, contact our office online or call 713-587-9668 (toll free 800-580-9121). From our office in Houston, we represent injured people nationwide, and we have several board-certified lawyers ready to assist you.
Causes of Back Injuries
The causes of acute back injuries can vary widely, from improper lifting to falling at work or at a store. Additionally, back injuries may be caused by rear-end collisions, intersection accidents or workplace accidents. Regardless of the cause, the pain and discomfort can seem unbearable.
Often, acute back injury victims' suffering is compounded by the worries they carry: How will medical treatment and rehabilitation bills be paid? What if time must be taken off work? What are the long-term consequences?
At Abraham, Watkins, Nichols, Sorrels, Agosto & Aziz, we understand the concerns of injury victims. Our goal is to hold responsible parties accountable for medical bills, time off work for injuries and for pain and suffering. Since 1951, our back injury attorneys have passionately pursued justice and maximum compensation for victims of vehicular accidents, workplace injuries and medical malpractice. We have successfully handled numerous cases for back pain involving:
- Sprain and strain
- Degenerative disks
- Herniated or ruptured disks
- Cervical radiculopathy
Contact an Experienced Texas Back Injury Attorney Today
For a free consultation with an experienced personal injury attorney, contact our office by calling 713-587-9668 (toll free 800-580-9121) or e-mailing us. Most of our cases are handled on a contingency basis, which means that you will not owe us attorney's fees unless we make a recovery for you.