Don’t Add to the Pain in Your Neck. Let Us Handle Your Neck Injury Claim
Though a neck injury can change your life in a moment, it can take weeks, even months to understand the extent of your injury. That’s why it is important to seek the advice of an experienced attorney if you injure your neck in an accident–someone who can ensure you receive the medical care and compensation you deserve.
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Learn How to Deal with a Neck Injury
Neck injuries resulting from car crashes are common—there are over 270,000 whiplash injuries reported every year, costing Americans over $8.5 billion. For more interesting neck injury facts and stats, read this report. But just because they are common doesn’t mean they should be ignored or brushed aside. Neck injuries can range from something as simple as a stiff neck to something as severe and life-changing as paralysis or a permanent disability. Not only will you feel pain and discomfort right after the injury, but you could experience life-long pain and limitations. That is why we are passionate about helping those with neck injuries understand their rights and the resources available to them.
How do I know when to seek treatment?
The damage from a neck injury doesn’t have to be visible. In fact, it rarely is. That’s why only a doctor can accurately diagnose the type and severity of a neck injury. Since neck injuries can be long-lasting and can cause a number of other symptoms (like headaches, numbness, nausea, and pain), it is always important to see your doctor if you think you might have a neck injury.
What are some common neck injuries?
While there are many types of neck injuries, most fall into four categories:
- Broken Neck
- Slipped Disc
- Stiff Neck
If you think you may have suffered a neck injury, be sure to see a physician or other medical professional to get the help you need so you can focus on healing.
How can I treat my neck injury? How long will it take for my injury to heal? What are the most common types of neck injuries? Learn the answer to these and many more questions by clicking the link above.
Utah is home to some of the best health care in the country. With the research coming from the University of Utah medical center and other hospitals across the Wasatch Front, there are many incredible resources available in Utah to those who are suffering from a neck injury. To check out this list of resources, click the link above.
We Can Help
Getting medical advice on your condition should be your first priority. However, if you have questions about what you should do if your injury was caused by someone else’s negligence, contact Christensen & Hymas. Our experienced neck injury attorneys here in Utah are the best resource for making sure you get the help you need. You can call or submit a request for a free, confidential consultation at (801) 506-0800.