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Lawyers Helping You Recover Following Back Injuries

At the law firm of Manzi, Seccareccio & Merwin, P.C., in Lowell, our attorneys have more than 35 years of combined experience representing people who suffered back and spinal cord injuries in auto accidents. Our services are available to people in throughout Massachusetts and Southern New Hampshire. Our goal is to maximize your compensation.

Types Of Back And Spine Injuries

Back and spine injuries come in many forms. In car accidents, particularly rear-end collisions, serious damage can be done to the neck area of the spine. In the most severe cases, this type of personal injury can lead to paralysis. Even in minor cases, the victim may have trouble turning his or her head from side to side and may require physical therapy.

Our lawyers handle all kinds of back and spinal cord injuries, including those that have led to paraplegia or quadriplegia. We handle herniated disk injuries, also referred to as slipped disks. We handle spinal fractures. Many motor vehicle accident crashes result in a combination of fractured vertebrae, damaged back muscle tissue and rib or chest injuries. We will make certain that every injury is accounted for as we pursue maximum compensation.

Covering The Costs Of Physical Therapy And Other Treatment

We want to make certain you get sufficient compensation to cover your medical treatment. This does not just include the cost of back surgeries and immediate medical attention. If physical therapy will help you, that should be covered as well. By working with medical experts as appropriate, we will see that you get all the compensation you need.

Providing You All Of Your Legal Options

Have you or has a loved one suffered a back injury in a car crash? You can reach our Lowell office at 978-703-8517 or our Woburn office at 781-304-8864 to schedule a free initial consultation. You can also reach us via email. Same-day appointments are available. All spinal cord injury cases are handled on a contingency basis.