Helping Those Suffering Serious Personal Injuries

Types Of Injuries

Injured people often contact the McCormick Law Office because their injuries are serious. They are worried about being able to earn an income while they are injured. Worse, some people are not able to work due to the seriousness of their injuries. To add to the challenge, certain injuries are difficult to diagnose, particularly if they involve the head, neck or back. In addition, certain head, neck or back injuries may create long-term irritation or inconvenience to your daily routine.

While our firm handles all manners of injuries from an automobile accident or collision, as well as work-related accidents, our focus is on head, neck and back injuries. If your injuries are preventing you from working or carrying on your regular routine, it is highly recommended that you contact an experienced personal injury attorney such as the lawyers at the McCormick Law Office.

The Complex Nature Of Head Injuries

Brain and head trauma can occur in a workplace accident or in an automobile collision. Victims with head injuries often do not even know they have a problem. They may experience symptoms such as having difficulty concentrating or having a loss of memory. In such case, it is highly recommended that a neuropsychologist evaluate the extent of any brain injury. Many people who suffer closed head injuries are unable to return to work or enjoy their lives as they used to before the head injury. An experienced personal attorney will help you successfully explain your medical claims to the insurance company in order to receive the fair and maximum compensation for your brain injury so you can get the appropriate and necessary rehabilitation.

When You Suffer From Neck Injuries

Neck injuries can be caused nearly anywhere — in a motor vehicle accident, from an accident or repetitive job duties at work. Certain neck injuries, including whiplash, can be difficult to identify and explain. Other broken neck injuries such as fractured or crushed vertebrae, pinched nerves or slipped discs are serious conditions in which an experienced attorney can investigate and prove causation.

Back Injuries

Automobile collisions and work accidents or repetitive job duties do cause low back or lumbar injuries. Back injuries can result from several things including lifting heavy things, bending the wrong way or twisting in a certain direction. If you suffer from lower back injuries, spinal cord injuries, slipped disks, bulging discs or herniated disks, please contact the McCormick Law Office to discuss your options. We represent people with disabling low back injuries, some after surgery and others without surgery. People with low back injuries often have diagnostic tests such as EMGs/NCVs, CT scans, MRIs, discography and X-rays, along with treatment including injections, physical therapy, chiropractic adjustments and surgeries such as discectomy, laminectomy, foraminotomy and fusion.

Don't Just Settle For Less

McCormick Law Office is here to help you obtain a full and complete settlement or recovery. If you have suffered a head, neck or back injury, call us today. We will assist you in determining your recovery options, and we will handle your legal matters from start to finish. With more than 30 years of experience representing clients with head, neck and back injuries, you can be confident that we will handle your matters to the fullest potential.

Contact A Milwaukee Car Accident Injury Attorney

Since 1982, founding Attorney Dan McCormick has helped clients throughout Milwaukee and Wisconsin obtain financial compensation in the aftermath of a serious personal injury. Take the time to consult with one of our personal injury lawyers who can help resolve your case in an efficient and effective manner.

For a free initial consultation regarding your workers' compensation claim or personal injury case, please contact the McCormick Law Office at 877-412-7409. Please note: If you are unable to come to us, our Wisconsin head, neck and back injury attorneys make home and hospital visits and are available after-hours by appointment.