Back Injury Claims (sports, Work and other)

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There are multiple causes of back pain including; strains, trips and slips, sports injuries and injuries caused in the workplace, public place or road traffic accidents. Back or spinal injuries can be very serious, sometimes resulting in chronic pain with long term disabling effects. The spine, or backbone, is a complex structure made up of 33 bones and tissue extending from the skull to the pelvis. These bones, (vertebrae), protect the nerve tissues of the spinal cord. There are different types of vertebrae along the back. A back injury can have a devastating effect to a person’s ordinary lifestyle.

Preventing back injuries is a major workplace safety challenge. Employers are required by law to adhere to strict Health and Safety regulations. It is their duty to provide a safe working environment for all staff members in all areas of the work place inside and outside.

For further information or specialist legal advice contact us by locall 1850 204060 or Email. Synnott Lawline Solicitors, Lawline House, High Street, Dublin 8.

  • Chronic pain
  • Difficulty walking, lifting, or performing day to day tasks
  • Full or partial paralysis
  • Spondylolisthesis
  • Cervical radiculopathy
  • Fractured vertebrae
  • Herniated discs
  • Muscle strain or spasms
  • Whiplash

Work related spinal injuries can be caused by lifting, placing, carrying and holding manual materials. An accident which results in a temporary or permanent back injury can also be the result of an unsafe environment or substandard machinery or tools. If you have suffered or are suffering from a back or spinal injury due to a work related accident you may be entitled to personal injury compensation. The amount of compensation you will be entitled to will depend on:

  • The seriousness of the injury
  • Short or long term effects from the injury
  • Loss of earnings
  • Loss of potential earnings

By instructing your solicitor to make your claim on your behalf, the potential for confrontation is reduced which thus enables both parties to get on with their lives while a personal injury case is pending and ensuring the best result for you. If you’ve been the victim of a back injury, contact us now to get your Workplace Accident Compensation Claim started. Our specialised solicitors will assist you with any legal issues and queries you may have in relation to your Back injury compensation claim.

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If you have a question about your Back Injury Accident Claim* contact us on Locall 1850 20 40 60, Tel: 01 453 7890 Email us or tell about your case and start your claim today.

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Compensation Guide

This booklet has been produced by Synnott Lawline Solicitors to give our clients an understanding of the personal injury compensation claims process. In some of our correspondence during the course of your compensation claim, we reference to the relevant sections of this guide by way of explanation of the particular aspect of your claim.

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Injury Claims Services*

We are one of Irelands’ leading Personal Injury Claims Law Firms and have been providing expert legal advice on all types of injury claims for over 30 years. Our team is dedicated to providing our clients with the very best level of service in a friendly and efficient manner for all aspects of injury claims. See our page on personal injuries claims.

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*In contentious business, a solicitor may not calculate fees or other charges as a percentage or proportion of any award or settlement. This statement is made in compliance with regulation 8 of the S.I. 518 of 2002.