by Professional Education Systems in Eau Claire, Wis. (P.O. Box 1208, Eau Claire 54701) .
Written in English
|Other titles||Understanding and handling the back & neck injury case., Back & neck injury case., Back and neck injury case.|
|Statement||Thomas J. Murray, Jr., Donald W. Robertson, H. Martin Blacker.|
|Contributions||Robertson, Donald W. 1933-, Blacker, H. Martin., Professional Education Systems.|
|LC Classifications||KF8925.P4 M88 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||363 p. :|
|Number of Pages||363|
|LC Control Number||85232303|
Prove what seems unprovable. Litigating Neck and Back Injuries will help you build a solid case of liability and damages. Some of the helpful information includes: Injury diagnosis and proof. 16 objective tests of the severity of soft tissue injuries. §; Checklists for determining sources of neck and back pain. Special techniques are required, and you can find them in Michael Morse's Litigating Neck & Back Injuries. His practical book is filled with creative strategies for making the injury more tangible, and model forms for improving your advocacy. OCLC Number: Notes: ""--Spine. Description: pages ; 23 cm: Contents: Effectively handling neck and back injury cases: the plaintiff's checklist / Eric P. Finamore --Effectively handling neck and back injury cases--the defense perspective / Timothy G. Kenneally --Back and neck conditions / submitted by Timothy G. Kenneally --Relevant correspondence / Thomas J. By EL James - # Last Version Understanding And Handling The Back And Neck Injury Case Personal Injury Library #, case personal injury library by stan and jan berenstain jun 23 free reading understanding and handling the back and neck injury case personal injury library to discuss.
The precise location or cause of a neck or back injury can be similarly difficult to determine because many neck and back injuries lead to cervical radiculopathy, or radiating pain, which typically spreads across the upper body and effects the shoulders, arms, chest, and upper back. An interesting article from a Spine Journal, gives some perspective on how to handle a neck injury. In this case, whiplash injury patients were given active intervention carried out as simple home neck exercises. This was found to be more effective in reducing pain intensity and sick leave, and in retaining and/or regaining total range of. Settlement and Verdict Examples in Neck Injury Cases. Here are a few real-world examples of personal injury cases involving neck injuries. Not surprisingly, a lot of these outcomes stem from car accident injury cases. $9, trial verdict for neck injuries resulting from a minor rear-end accident. How much is your Cincinnati, Ohio car accident neck or back injury worth is often asked by my personal injury clients. These injuries may be whiplash injuries involving stretching and tearing of the muscles and ligaments of the neck or back. Settlements are highly variable. In our experience, successful monetary recoveries for simple injury may range anywhere from $ to $50, On the.
While some injuries of this type can cause you to experience severely limited motor functions, others can cause shooting pain similar to a very severe case of whiplash. In any case, when there is a fracture or break in the neck it is very important to seek medical treatment as soon as possible. For more serious neck injuries, large settlements are possible. For example, a severe neck injury with nerve damage and spinal surgery resulted in a $ million settlement recently in Minneapolis. In another case in the same city, the accident victim experienced a neck injury . When valuing a case, a back and neck injury victim must work together with a car accident attorney to calculate the potential amount a jury could award the victim. Then, they must estimate what the at-fault individual would be willing to pay, and what the . Back and neck injuries are common results of trauma, but proving them in a personal injury case can be challenging. Car accidents and other personal injury cases often result in neck and back injuries. However, the insurance company defending the case will often take a hard stance in defending them.