Lower Back Injury
Back injuries put many people out of commission for a long time. A herniated disk or a deteriorated lumbar disk can keep a person in so much pain that he or she cannot return to work. Doctors may first try to treat a back injury with mandated rest and relaxation, painkiller medications, physical therapy and alternative health care methods.
If a person with a lower back injury tries these methods but does not improve, then doctors may recommend surgery. Surgery may offer hope of improvement, but it also brings expenses and new problems of its own.
Otway Russo, P.C., A Plaintiff’s Law Firm Serving The Delmarva Peninsula And The Eastern Shore Of Maryland
If a car accident or fall injury triggered a back injury, a personal injury claim or lawsuit may offer hope. A back injury victim may recover financial resources to pay for surgery, to replace lost wages and for acknowledgment of pain and suffering. Lawyers at Otway Russo, P.C., have helped many back injury victims recover compensation. From our law offices in Salisbury, we represent injured clients throughout the region.
Spinal Cord Injury
A spinal cord injury near the neck or lower back may leave a sufferer paralyzed. Recovery from a spinal cord injury (SCI) usually means adapting to disability for a lifetime. Otway Russo, P.C., works with life-care planners, economists, vocational specialists and other experts to help bring claims for compensation of clients who now live as paraplegics and quadriplegics because of car accidents and other accidental injuries.