Raleigh Neck Injury Attorney
Back and neck injuries are two of the most common types of injuries that people sustain as a result of an accident. Such injuries are frequently the result of an auto accident or slip-and-fall accident, but they may arise in the context of a variety of accident claims.
If you have suffered a back or neck injury, it is critical that you consult with a knowledgeable personal injury attorney. The insurance company may be contacting you soon about a settlement, if they have not already done so.
Unfortunately, many people sign away their rights to a full financial recovery because they do not understand the significance of their injuries. They may not understand that they may require surgery, their condition may become chronic and they may need additional medical care in the future. The goal of the insurance company is to settle your case as inexpensively as possible, so you need an attorney who will look out for your best interests.
To speak with an experienced personal injury lawyer who is dedicated to the protection of your rights, contact the Law Offices of Wade E. Byrd. We have been advocating on behalf of clients in personal injury cases for more than 35 years and offer more than 30 years of experience in medical malpractice cases. We can help if you have sustained a back or neck injury, including:
- Herniated disc
- Bulging or collapsed disc
- Ruptured, torn or slipped disc
- Disc protrusion or degeneration
- Lower back injury
- Broken neck
- Compression fractures
If retained to handle your case, we will negotiate directly on your behalf with the insurance company. When necessary to protect our clients' interests, we take cases to court. Our record of results demonstrates our capacity to handle complex personal injury claims and our commitment to the people we serve.
To contact a North Carolina back or neck injury attorney at the Law Offices of Wade E. Byrd, call 910-323-2555 or contact us by e-mail. We are pleased to offer a free consultation. We handle all personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis, so you pay no fees to us unless we recover compensation for you.