An Alaska Attorney for Neck, Back and Spinal Cord Injury Cases

Neck and back injuries, whether they are caused by a car crash, or a workplace accident can be severe and can prevent you from doing normal activities at work or at home. If your injuries resulted from another person's carelessness, negligence or misconduct, you may be able to pursue compensation for your medical care, lost wages and pain and suffering. Hiring an experienced personal injury lawyer is your first step.

At the Law Offices of Howard J. Meyer, Jr., we use more than 25 years of experience in personal injury law to help clients with neck, back and spinal cord injuries seek proper benefits. We have obtained millions of dollars in verdicts and settlements on behalf of clients. Back and neck injuries deserve serious medical attention and attentive legal service.

Common Neck and Back Injuries

In motor vehicle accidents and other accidents throughout Alaska, back, neck and spinal cord injuries are common results and can range from minor to severe. Some common neck and back injuries include:

  • Herniated or ruptured discs
  • Back strains or sprains
  • Joint and vertebrae injuries
  • Paralysis
  • Paraplegia or quadriplegia

Even relatively minor back and neck injuries could have serious consequences and should receive proper medical care as soon as possible. Symptoms may seem minor at the beginning but can grow worse with time. By delaying the decision to get medical attention, you may not only be jeopardizing your legal case; you could also be jeopardizing your health.

Learn More About Your Rights After Neck and Back Injuries

If you or someone you love has suffered a serious neck or back injury in an accident in Alaska, you need to understand your rights and your options for compensation. Contact us at the Law Offices of Howard J. Meyer, Jr. and speak to a lawyer at no charge about your injuries. Schedule a free initial consultation at our law firm or schedule a hospital or home visit by calling us at (907) 276-5153. We serve clients throughout Alaska, including Anchorage, Fairbanks, the Kenai Peninsula, Mat-Su Valley, and Southeast, along with Bush and other remote Alaska communities.


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