Back & Neck Injury Results
Chris contacted Brett Murphy for assistance after being involved in two moderate impact auto collisions. Chris did not immediately recognize the extent of his injuries and failed to seek immediate medical treatment. He was diagnosed with cervical and lumbar strains by his physician. While these “whiplash” type injuries typically resolve quickly, Chris’s condition deteriorated and ultimately his injuries prevented him from returning to work as a welder. His inability to return to work resulted in a significant wage loss claim, atypical in a “whiplash” type case.
Steve Knapp’s client was seriously injured when she was rear-ended by the defendant who was cited by police for following too closely. Our client’s car was totaled, and she incurred $18,000 in medical bills being treated for injuries that include bulging discs, neck and back strain, and leg strain.
Steve’s client was 37 weeks pregnant when she was a passenger in a car struck by another vehicle that ran a stop sign. The at-fault driver was cited for failure to obey a traffic control device. The T-bone crash totaled the vehicle that the client was riding in.
Our client sustained a mild closed head injury and abdominal trauma, and she underwent extensive monitoring to determine if any injury had occurred to her unborn baby. Fortunately, the testing revealed that the baby was uninjured. Our client experienced headaches and back pain for months.