Pittsburgh Back Injury Attorney

Serious Back Injury and Paralysis Injury Investigations

Back injury can range from minor sprains to herniated disks to permanent injury, including paralysis. When you or someone you love has suffered a back injury in an accident or in work-related performance, it is important to consult with an experienced attorney who can protect your rights and recover the compensation you deserve. At Hal Waldman and Associates in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, our firm is experienced in handling even the most complicated investigations and claims and can successfully protect your rights.

Maximizing Compensation for Long-Term Care and Recovery

Many back injuries demand immediate medical attention as well as rehabilitation and long-term care. In the most serious injuries, paralysis could render a victim unable to work and needing in-house or 24-hour care. Our firm works to maximize compensation for victims and their families to ensure a just recovery as well as to compensate for overall personal and financial losses. We will work with experts when necessary and fight aggressively to protect your rights and claims.

Our Pittsburgh back injury lawyers are experienced with cases involving:

Back Injuries and Effective Trial Advocacy

Insurance carriers and other defendants will work hard to minimize your claims and recovery. Before settling with an insurance company, it is important to consult with an attorney who can properly valuate your claim to ensure that you get the compensation you deserve. Our firm will work aggressively to ensure that you collect for pain and suffering, lost wages, long-term care needs, and all other losses. We also know that back injury victims may suffer permanent injuries. In these cases, you can trust that we will seek appropriate resources to get you the care and compensation you need.

Free Case Evaluation ยท Contingency Fees in Personal Injury Cases

To discuss your case with our Erie herniated disks injury lawyer, call us toll free at 866-586-8235 or use our online contact form.