Injuries to your neck and back can have a long-term impact upon mobility and quality of life. These injuries commonly occur in vehicle accidents, work accidents, and slip and fall accidents. At Cannon & Dunphy S.C., we can help you pursue just compensation for injuries resulting from an act of negligence.
If you or a loved one has suffered a neck or back injury, a personal injury claim or lawsuit can be initiated on your behalf. The Milwaukee neck and back injury attorneys at Cannon & Dunphy, S.C. have the expertise to handle your specific legal situation and take the case to trial if necessary.
One in every five workplace injuries in the U.S. is a back injury, amounting to more than one million injuries each year. More than 100,000 vehicle accidents occur each year in Wisconsin, the cause of a high percentage of back and neck injuries.
Many types of incidents can lead to neck or back injuries, but some activities, incidents, or professions pose a higher risk of causing such an injury, including:
Examples of common neck and back injuries include:
Success in an injury claim is dependent on establishing that the reckless or negligent actions of another party caused your injury. The party or parties that could possibly be to blame vary based upon the circumstances of your accident.
If you were injured in a vehicle accident that involved an intoxicated driver, proving liability will involve presenting compelling evidence of driver intoxication. If you were injured at work, in some cases a third party is potentially liable, such as an equipment manufacturer, subcontractor, or other parties. A third-party lawsuit can be filed against the negligent party to seek to recover compensatory damages above and beyond what workers’ compensation can provide as benefits.
Your success in obtaining the settlement you deserve depends on having the right legal team. The Milwaukee neck and back injury attorneys at Cannon & Dunphy S.C. have secured over $1 billion in settlements for their clients and has the professional skills and resources necessary to properly handle any neck or back injury case.
If an act of negligence led to a neck or back injury, our attorneys can help. No case is too big or too small for us. We have offices in Milwaukee, Waukesha, and Brookfield. We offer a no-cost consultation and take cases on a contingency basis. Call now.
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