Beaverton Spine Injury Attorney

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Neck Injuries

It really doesn’t take much in the way of an impact for a serious neck, back or spinal cord injury to occur. A routine auto accident will do it. A slip-and-fall in the grocery store will too. Even low-speed, rear-end collisions are enough.

What does takes a lot of energy is getting the compensation you deserve from the insurance company. And, for that, your best bet is to hire an experienced Beaverton spine injury attorney.

At Weimar Law Offices, knowledge of the law, experience with these injuries and a proven ability to get results at both the negotiation table and in the courtroom can allow you to focus on what’s really important — healing, being with your family and rebuilding your life.

Injuries that don’t show up on X-rays or MRIs aren’t any less real than those that do. To put our experience with hard-to-prove back and spinal cord injuries on your side — call (503) 640-5000 or contact our offices and schedule a free initial consultation with our Portland neck injury attorney.

Protecting Your Right to Recover

Our law firm represents people who’ve been injured by the negligence of others in cases throughout Greater Portland and the surrounding areas of Oregon and Washington state. Our experience with neck, back and spinal cord injury cases includes:

  • Soft tissue and connective tissue injuries, including whiplash
  • Herniated disc or bulging discs
  • Injuries leading to degenerative disc disease
  • Nerve impingement (pinched nerves)
  • Broken vertebrae in the neck or back
  • Paralysis (paraplegia, quadriplegia)
  • Shoulder injuries, frequently manifesting as numbness, tingling or “pins and needles” feeling in the arms and hands

Our attorney, Linda Weimar, has comprehensive understanding of neck, back and spine injuries and the ways in which these injuries affect our clients’ lives. Neck, back and spine injuries can range in severity, depending on where the injury occurred. There are five regions of the spine: the tailbone, sacral region, lumbar region, thoracic region and cervical region. The point of injury will determine the severity. For example, damage to a vertebrae in the cervical (neck) region can result in quadriplegia or even a vegetative state.

With any neck or back injury, it is important to seek appropriate medical care as soon as possible. It is also important that you follow through on the doctor’s treatment recommendations. At no point, either in the hospital or your own home, should you give a statement or sign anything presented to you by an insurance company representative. Once your immediate health concerns have been taken care of, your next step should be hiring an experienced lawyer to protect any potential claims you might have.

Free Consultations — No Recovery, No Fee

Beaverton area: (503) 640-5000

If you’ve suffered any type of neck, back or spinal cord injury because of the negligent or wrongful actions of someone else, contact us for a free consultation.

Our firm handles all personal injury claims on a contingent fee basis, meaning that you will not be asked to pay any legal fees unless we obtain a verdict or settlement on your behalf.