Lawyers For Neck Injury Claims Through ICBC
Many different kinds of injuries can affect the neck, all of them potentially serious. The abrupt movement of the head that occurs during a car accident can damage the ligaments, tendons and muscles of the neck, and the delicate spinal column underneath. Often, a neck injury worsens in the days following a collision, and prompt medical attention is necessary.
Call Tell Del after your accident and let us speak with ICBC. While your neck injury may seem mild at first, it can develop into a chronic condition over the following days or weeks.
If you speak with Tell Del, we will protect your legal rights and ensure you receive the reasonable settlement to which you are entitled.
Your Legal Advocates For Serious Injury
The neck is the most vulnerable part of the human body in a car accident. Every other part of the body is strapped in, while the head can move back or forward. This movement causes “acceleration/deceleration” injuries, in particular during a head-on collision.
A neck injury can include whiplash, a “kink” in the neck, neck strain or neck sprain. A herniated disk, spinal cord injury and incomplete paralysis are among the more severe potential results of a neck injury.
Brachial plexus injury, also called thoracic outlet syndrome (TOS), can cause weakness or pain in the arms when raised above the shoulders. It can take several months for symptoms of TOS to develop. Treatment for the condition requires medical intervention and therapy, and may never completely resolve.
Because of the many potential results of a neck injury, it is important to visit a doctor as soon as possible.
If you call Tell Del, we will take over the ICBC legal claim. A maximum settlement is important to ensure that while you are undergoing treatment, you receive support.
It is free to call Tell Del. If you contact us right away, we may be able to get to work for you immediately, so you can focus on recovery. You do not need to report your accident to ICBC — our lawyers will take that step, whether your accident occurred in Vancouver or elsewhere in British Columbia.
Call Tell Del Today
Contact us. Call 604-689-2626 from 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday or 604-TELL DEL (835-5335) after hours to speak with a lawyer about personal injury and ICBC claims.
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