Neck And Back Injuries

Neck and back injuries are sometimes unavoidable after an accident. The neck and back contain a complex structure of bones, muscles, and tissue that can become damaged after a car accident or a slip-and-fall in a public place. From torn ligaments to herniated disks, back injuries can be life-changing. Recreational activities have become a thing of the past. A promising professional career may present challenges or come to an end.For over 20 years, the attorneys at Perry & Young, P.A have provided compassionate representation for Florida residents injured in accidents. Their experience combined with their sound and seasoned legal judgment has earned the trust of their clients throughout the state. Schedule online or call  850-215-7777  for a free consultation.

Maximizing Compensation For Neck And Back Injuries

Injuries involving everything from whiplash to fractured vertebrae are often the result of negligent acts that take the form of:

Neck and back injuries are complex in that the true extent of the injury may not be known right away. Stiffness, numbness, tingling sensations and general weakness take the place of pain. Damage that is more serious involves the spinal cord and ranges from neurological issues to paralysis.

Diligent Representation Designed To Get You Results

Contact a lawyer who will not only attend to every detail in building a strong serious injury claim but is also dedicated to helping you. For information about our law firm, schedule online or call our Panama City, Panama City Beach, Tallahassee, and Marianna offices at 850-215-7777 .

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