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Seattle Attorney for Herniated Disc Back Injuries
Medical treatment following a herniated back injury is paramount. Prior to contacting our law firm, we encourage our clients to secure medical care from doctors and specialists. Do not avoid treatment out of fear of excessive medical costs.
You focus on getting better. At the Seattle, Washington-based Dubin Law Group, we will focus on arranging payment plans and securing the compensation you are entitled to.
Dedicated Legal Advocacy for Residents Suffering Herniated Back Injuries in Seattle
Herniated back injuries involve the upper body forced forward and thrown back, oftentimes due to a seat belt. That torque and twisting of the spine puts extra strain on discs. The resulting pain is sometimes on one side of the body more than the other. Aching and stiffness can be combined with shooting sciatic pain down the leg to the toes. More serious injuries include nerve damage.
Damages can take two forms:
- Monetary damages involve lost income (both now and in the future), medical expenses and other financial needs that result from the herniated back injury. Those expenses can range from a special bed to housekeeping services.
- Noneconomic damages involve the impact on a victim’s life and do not have a set formula. In these claims, we have access to vital information via a database with statistics from prior settlements and verdicts to help establish the fair value of your claim.
Contact a Seattle Attorney for Herniated Disc Claims
To discuss your herniated disc injury claims with a dedicated Seattle herniated back injury lawyer, call 206-462-4428. You can also contact us online. We are available to take your call at any time, day or night. We also visit clients at home or in hospitals as needed.
We handle all personal injury cases on a contingent fee basis, meaning you will pay no attorney fees unless we recover compensation for you.