Back injuries may be minor or disabling.
Damages for pain and suffering, past cost of care, and sometimes past loss of income, future loss of income and future cost of care may be awarded for cases involving back injury.
Reports from family physicians, and sometimes orthopedic surgeons, occupational therapists, vocational consultants, economists, and other specialists may be required to establish full recovery in cases of back injury.
Back Injury Definition
- Back Injury
- Back Pain after Injury
- Backache after Injury
- Injured Back
- Injured Low Back
- Injured Spine
- Injury of the Back
- Injury of the Low Back
- Low Back Injury
- Low Back Pain after Injury
- Pain in the Back after Injury
- Pain in the Lower Back after Injury
- Painful Back after Injury
- Painful Lower Back after Injury
A person with a back injury has damage to the structures that make up the back: bones, muscles, ligaments, tendons, disks or spinal cord.