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Welcome to California Back Injury Lawyers Information Site on Back Injury Law

California Personal Injury Attorneys and California Workers Compensation Lawyers concentrating on back injury, spine injury, and spinal cord injury cases. Serving Orange County, Los Angeles, San Diego, Riverside, San Bernardino, and Orange County.

Welcome to our California legal information site on back injuries, developed by California Workers Compensation Attorneys and California Personal Injury Lawyers. A California personal injury lawyer or California workmans comp attorney from our law firm is ready to take your call and answer all of your questions. Toll Free 1-866-815-2616

Back injuries, spinal injuries, chronic lower back pain, back sprain, back strain, neck and back pain, upper back pain, low back pain, pinched nerves, herniated discs and other back problems can have a devastating effect on your life and lifestyle. Mere back exercise may not solve the problem. You may be facing back surgery, a back brace, neck pain and a neck brace, or a back support for the rest of your life. Need for medical treatment, huge medical bills, loss of income, and loss of future earnings. Who will pay for this?! That depends. And that is what our California accident injury attorneys and lawyers are here to help you with!


Did you have a car accident, truck accident, bicycle accident, bus accident, big rig accident, motorcycle accident, automobile auto accident, motor vehicle accident or other traffic or pedestrian injury accident? Or was your back injured in any other way due to the negligence of someone else? Or due to third party liability?

If so, you may be entitled to Compensatory Damages (money compensation) for your injuries and losses under California personal injury law. Compensatory damages awarded due to the negligence of another, include economic and non-economic losses. Economic damages include costs of hospitalization and all medical related care and services, lost wages, loss of future income and earning potential, as well as cost of hiring others to do tasks that you can no longer perform. Non-economic damages for which you may be entitled to compensation include pain and suffering, mental anguish, depression, scarring, disfigurement, physical deformity, incapacity, or disability. Punitive damages may also be awarded if the negligent party defendant is found to have caused your injuries intentionally, recklessly, or in wanton disregard of your safety. Please call a California personal injury lawyer in our firm to discuss your particular circumstances.


Did your back injury accident occur on someone’s property where the property owner or his tenants or agents were negligent in maintaining the property in a safe condition? Or was he negligent in maintaining proper lighting or security?

California premises liability law holds that generally a property owner has a duty of due care to keep and maintain his premises in a safe condition such that no one falls or is injured thereon. For example, a storeowner must be vigilant to ensure that no sticky or slippery foreign substances on his floor cause people to fall. Likewise a property owner must ensure that there is adequate lighting on his premises, and that all dangerous defects are repaired or warned of. If the property owner breaches his duty of due care, thereby causing injuries and losses, he may be liable for all damages directly resulting from his breach. Please call a California personal injury attorney in our firm to discuss your particular premises liability questions.


Does your back hurt due to a work injury? Did your back injury condition progress slowly over time or did it occur in one incident or work related accident?

Back injuries are the most common California workers comp claims. If you have chronic back pain, and you are not even sure why, and you have been working for many years, it is very probably work related. Please call a California workmans comp attorney in our firm to discuss your particular situation. Back injuries do not always occur in one sudden accident or with one single or sudden movement. Low back pain particularly may be a result of repetitive motion or repetitive stress to the back, for example through job duties that require repetitive or continuous lifting, repeated bending or stooping, or twisting. Such back injuries are called repetitive trauma or continuous trauma work related back injuries. Such back injuries can be just as disabling as one swift work injury accident, and you are certainly entitled to many benefits under California workmens comp laws.