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September 30, 2020

Cervical Fracture, Broken Neck Lawyer NYC

A slip, a tumble down the stairs, a car accident… any of these things can cause a broken neck, and it’s a very serious injury that requires immediate medical attention. A broken neck, in medical terms, is called a cervical fracture – and it can severely limit your mobility, cause you unbelievable amounts of pain, and even result in paralysis, which can be permanent. The worst part? The injury might not even be your fault; in fact, there may have been nothing you could’ve done to prevent it.

What is a Cervical Fracture, or Broken Neck?

Most commonly, falls and car accidents are to blame for broken necks. So are sports injuries – particularly contact sports such as football, wrestling and ice hockey.

There are seven vertebrae in your neck, and when any of those are broken, it’s considered a cervical fracture. In some cases, a cervical collar (a neck brace) is the best treatment. However, traction is sometimes necessary. Traction requires your neck to be stabilized, usually with the use of a Halo brace, for several weeks after the injury. The worst cases of cervical fractures often require surgery to stabilize your neck and relieve pressure on your spinal cord.

Medical Bills and Your Broken Neck

Dealing with a broken neck can be incredibly costly. Medical bills pile up, and most likely, you’re not able to work without being fully healed – and unfortunately, many people don’t realize that they could be entitled to financial compensation.

The state of New York requires property owners to keep their premises safe. That goes for grocery stores, shopping malls, private businesses and clubs, and just about everywhere else we go every day. If you’re suffering from a broken neck that occurred on someone else’s property, they might be partially – or completely – responsible.

So what does that mean for you? It means that you might benefit from talking to a personal injury lawyer who handles broken neck cases in New York. In addition to the financial compensation you could be entitled to receive, you could also be part of a bigger movement that helps ensure that other people don’t have to go through the pain and suffering you’re experiencing right now.


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