Workers’ Comp Settlement For A Back Injury

Anyone can sustain a back injury at work, even if they sit at a desk all day. Workers in the building and construction industries are especially prone to various types of back injuries. A worker can suffer a back injury by falling off of a… read more

How Much Does Workers’ Compensation Pay for a Back Injury?

The amount that workers’ compensation pays for a back injury varies on the severity of the injury, how much medical treatment the employee received, and how long their recovery will take. That said, the National Safety Council (NSC) showed how the average cost for workers’… read more

Back Injuries – Herniated Disc

Herniated disc spinal injuries are often caused by a traumatic accident. The spinal column is composted of intervertebral discs that are sandwiched in between vertebrae. The forces involved in an auto accident or fall can cause the discs to rupture, tear, or herniate. A disc herniation… read more

Advice on Injuries and Treatment Following A Car Accident

The ability of modern cars to absorb the impact of a crash has improved compared to cars of the past, but there is still a great percentage of the energy from an accident that transfers into the neck, back, and extremities of the passengers. Even… read more

Back Pains – Relief of Back Pain

In the United States, back pain is the second most common reason why people have to miss work, so nearly 80% of the American population suffers from back pain at some point in life. Having slight back pain temporarily is normal and may result from… read more

Back Injury After Tractor Trailer Accidents

The incidence of tractor-trailer accidents continues to rise at an alarming rate in the United States. Last year over 500,000 accidents were from large trucks and other commercial motor vehicles, as a result of which more than 100,000 resulted in grave injuries with an estimated… read more

About Sciatica – The Sciatic Nerve

Sciatica refers to any tingling, numbness, weakness, or pain in the lower back that usually progresses down one or both legs (through the distribution of the sciatic nerve). It is brought about due to any added pressure or damage to the sciatic nerve or the… read more