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Low Back Pain (LBP)

Four out of five adults will experience low back pain during their life, and it can be caused by a several factors coming to play with any of the three segments of the spine.

The most severe back and spinal cord injuries generally involve a degree of paralysis and potential for quadriplegia. These typically result from falls from significant heights, crushing injuries, motorized vehicle negligence, low speed impacts and sudden stops from rapid speed.
The spinal column itself is held in alignment by ligaments, cartilage and muscles that surround and offer protection to the spinal cord. Between each of the vertebrae is a spongy disc, which acts as a cushioning pad which absorbs pressure and allows the spine natural movement.

Low back injuries can include any of the following

  • Herniated discs.
  • Low back sprain.
  • Vertebrae fractures.
  • Compression fractures.
  • Surgical errors.

Accidents that lead to back injuries

  • Car accidents.
  • Truck accidents.
  • Workplace injuries.
  • Slip and fall accidents.
  • Motorcycle accidents.
  • Bicycle accidents.
  • Pedestrian accidents.

Symptoms of low back pain (LBP) can include

  • Difficulty moving that can be severe enough to prevent walking or standing.
  • Pain that does radiate down the leg, as well as pain that moves around the groin.
  • Pain that tends to be overall achy, or rather dull in nature.
  • Severe muscle spasms.
  • Local soreness upon touch.

Serious complications can arise when a back injury does not heal properly, or when damage involves the ongoing loss of mobility for an accident victim. In both cases, quality of life is impacted as injury victims are not able to complete daily tasks.

Whether your injury claim involves paralysis or injuries involving your low back muscles, Frank Charles Miranda, P.A. will take an aggressive and thorough approach to verify and present your claim to the court. In most cases of paraplegia or quadriplegia, we will make sure that your back injury settlement covers all past and future medical expenses, loss of income, rehabilitative therapy and durable medical supplies. In severe cases of back injury, where damages to soft tissues can be difficult to prove, we will make sure that the proper diagnostic tests are administered, and that your claims are resolved based on solid medical evidence.

If you have suffered a back injury, it is important to consult with a Tampa back injury attorney as soon as you are physically capable. Contact Frank Charles Miranda, P.A. at 813.854.2637 to schedule an appointment to discuss your case with us. Your consultation is free, and we do work on a contingency fee basis. We handle your case, so you can concentrate on recovery.

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