Lower back pain affects almost 84% of adults nationwide. Many sufferers find themselves unable to work or enjoy life as they once had. Sadly, many cases of lower back pain come about due to the unsafe and careless behavior of others. 

If you are dealing with lower back pain after an accident caused by someone else in Florida, you may be entitled to recover compensation — and the top-rated personal injury lawyers at Neufeld & Kleinberg, PA can help.

Why Choose Us?

Our team understands how to navigate the compensation process in a way that optimally benefits its clients. If you have lower back pain caused by another, you can expect our team to aggressively pursue each form of damages allowed to you under the law. 

A History of Excellence

We have a combined history of excellence that spans more than 100 years. During that time, we have fiercely sought and won millions in compensation for our clients. Like them, you can rely on the professional reputation and exceptional track record of the team at Neufeld & Kleinberg, PA

Your Finances Matter

We fight hard to get you the financial resources you deserve and need for the future. Our services, which are specifically tailored to your unique circumstances, cost nothing upfront. When we take your case, you owe no fee until your case has been fully resolved, and you owe nothing if we are unsuccessful. 

Lower Back Pain: Who’s Liable?

According to the World Health Organization, over 600 million people live with lower back pain. In the United States, one study found that up to 28% of men and 31% of women had experienced recent lower back pain. 

In some cases, the cause of the lower back pain remains a mystery. In many others, however, lower back pain arises out of accidents caused by negligent or unlawful acts. 

Compensation for Lower Back Pain

If you are suffering from lower back pain, you can potentially get compensated for various losses, depending on the circumstances of your condition and its cause. 

Traffic Accidents

If your lower back pain has come on due to a car accident, you can seek compensation from a few different sources, depending on various factors. First, your injuries, at least initially, will likely be covered in part by either MedPay or personal injury protection (PIP) insurance. 

Both of these options are types of no-fault insurance coverage that pay 80% of your medical bills from a car accident regardless of liability. PIP also covers 60% of lost wages.

If your lower back pain is classified as a serious injury, you may be able to file a claim against the at-fault driver’s liability insurance policy and seek full damages. Full damages entitle you to:

  • Complete medical coverage 
  • Total wage replacement
  • Pain and suffering compensation
  • Compensation for loss of enjoyment of life

When gross negligence or intentional misconduct causes your back injury, punitive damages may also be on the table. 

Medical Malpractice

Medical malpractice is a particularly unfortunate occurrence. Medical professionals charged with caring for and treating the public are sometimes negligent or reckless and cause harm. In cases of lower back pain, professionals such as chiropractors and physical therapists may be held liable for injuries caused through medical negligence. 

However, they are not the only ones. Surgeons can also be held responsible for falling below accepted standards of surgical care during treatment. Doctors as well may face liability for acts of malpractice, such as failure to diagnose. 

Work Conditions and Accidents

Lower back pain can be caused by work conditions over time or a work injury. In both cases, injured workers may have a workers’ comp claim, depending on the seriousness of the injury. 

When the lower back pain is sustained as the result of an accident, a third party may be liable, which will allow the injured worker to seek more compensation than offered with workers’ comp. 

How Can The Neufeld & Kleinberg, PA Help Me?

As a client of The Neufeld & Kleinberg, PA, you get the time you need to take care of your injury while we handle your case. We take care of everything, from drafting and filing documents and paperwork to fiercely negotiating for maximum compensation on your behalf. 

We work with medical and financial professionals to accurately determine the impact of your injuries on your finances and your future. And we hold insurance companies accountable for the liabilities they owe to you.

How Long Do I Have to File a Lawsuit for Lower Back Pain? 

If you are experiencing lower back pain caused by another, you have two years to file a lawsuit for damages. Some exceptions apply, such as in cases of minors or in cases where the lower back pain develops at a later date than the act of negligence that caused it. 

How Long Will My Case Take?

We work diligently to settle your claim in a timely manner. In some cases, compensation can be had within a few months. Some cases, however, take longer due to legal and factual complexities. 

You Are in Good Hands With Neufeld & Kleinberg, PA.

Lower back pain is one of the most suffered conditions in Florida and across the nation. If you have lower back pain caused by someone else’s actions, contact Neufeld & Kleinberg, PA for a free consultation with a personal injury team you can trust.

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