Spinal Injury Lawyer
Written by Joseph A. Nagy
Pain from a spinal injury can be confused with soft tissue pain. The type of pain is usually distinct, however so you should describe the pain to your doctor. My name is Joseph A. Nagy, and I am an experienced spinal injury lawyer, located in Edmonton and serving central and northern Alberta.
I have represented many hundreds of clients with spinal injuries, including clients with severe spinal cord injuries. A spinal injury is best identified by MRI and orthopedic assessment. I can arrange these referrals for you at no cost as part of the ongoing management of your case.
I use many different personal injury experts in my practice. I use these personal injury experts to help my clients win better settlements.
Table of Contents
- Cervical vertebrae are in your upper spine and neck.
- Thoracic vertebrae are in your middle spine and back.
- Lumbar vertebrae are in your lower spine and back.
- The sacrum and coccyx are fused bones at the bottom of the spinal column.