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Back injury compensation

Back injuries are common, with the NHS spending many millions of pounds per year treating people who have slipped a disc or tripped up and hurt themselves. If you have sustained a back injury and it can be shown that someone else caused the accident, then you may be entitled to make a personal injury compensation claim. We help hundreds of people each year to claim compensation and move on after they have been injured in non fault accidents and can help you, no matter what your circumstances.

Back injuries
The back is an extremely complex part of the body. The spinal column is the main part of the back and supports the whole body. It is also made up of the rear parts of the ribs and the haunch bones (iliac) with the sacrum below. There are thick muscles covering the bones in the back, enabling the movement and support of the head, and the lower back, going round the flanks into the legs. The many parts of the back are open to a wide variety of injuries from bruising and ligament tears to muscle ruptures, to full-blown fractures and, in the most serious cases, paralysis.

No win, no fee
If you have sustained a back injury because of someone else’s negligence, something they did or didn’t do, then you are legally entitled to compensation. We work on a no win, no fee basis. A no win, no fee claim means that you will be protected from all costs if your claim is not succesful. What's more, you will not have to pay any up front costs in order to make a compensation claim. This all adds up to making claiming compensation a risk free, stress free process. See no win, no fee for details.

Making a back injury claim
To make your back injury claim all you need to do is pick up the phone and give us a call. We will assess your claim and give you expert legal advice. Call free on 0800 197 32 32 or fill in our online claim form and we will call you back to discuss your back injury.