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Our Dallas-Fort Worth Firm Pursues Maximum Possible Damages for Serious Auto Accident Injuries

A motor vehicle accident is a violent event that can throw your body in unnatural directions. The resulting trauma to your back and neck can be painful and debilitating. Even at low speeds, you may sustain soft tissue injuries or partial rupture of your spinal disc. A high-speed crash may result in spinal cord damage and paralysis.

Berenson Injury Law has exclusively handled auto accident injury claims for close to four decades. We devote our entire time and full resources to helping accident victims recover compensation under insurance claims and damages from at-fault drivers. Bill Berenson is a Texas Board Certified Personal Injury Trial Attorney, a designation earned through a rigorous application and vetting process.

Through our years of experience, we know that back and neck problems can last a lifetime and pursue damages that include future medical bills, diminished earning capacity, partial disability, pain and suffering. We also negotiate with your medical provider to reduce medical bills so you keep more of your settlement.

Herniated Discs

Your vertebrae are hard bones stacked one on top of the other to protect your spinal cord. Spongy spinal discs are located between each vertebra to cushion the bones and allow flexibility. These discs contain a soft jelly-like substance inside a firm, but malleable, shell.

During a car crash, a disc may rupture and spill the jelly-like substance over the surrounding nerves. A herniated disc, which is often called a bulging disc or slipped disc, can cause severe pain, numbness, tingling and weakness in the affected area and radiate into your limbs. A herniated disc in the lumbar region can lead to such painful conditions as sciatica and saddle anesthesia.

Your doctor may recommend physical therapy, rest and painkillers that prevent you from working to your full capacity or at all. Surgery may be necessary in severe cases that can place permanent limitations on your mobility.

Millions recovered for our clients over the past 40 years

Soft Tissue Injuries

The force of impact may injure the tendons, ligaments, muscles and nerves of your back or neck. A strain or sprain to your neck causes a condition called whiplash that causes pain, stiffness, weakness and headaches.

Soft tissue injuries may resolve with medical treatment, rehabilitation, rest and medication. However, you may experience permanent weakness, stiffness and pain that severely interfere with your work and the activities you once enjoyed.

Based upon our meticulous investigation of your case, our auto accident firm negotiates the best possible insurance settlement to make you whole. Should you incur high medical costs, we can also negotiate with your medical providers to reduce your bills.

Learn More About Recovering for Back and Neck Injuries Resulting from a Car Crash

A neck or back injury can cause pain and permanent disability. Berenson Injury Law works hard to help you recover the damages you are entitled to. For more information about proving your neck or back injury damages, schedule a free appointment with our Dallas-Fort Worth auto accident lawyer at 817-885-8000.

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While we are proud to call Fort Worth home, we are also more than happy to help injured people living all throughout Texas. Whether it's a car accident on the interstate or a backcountry road, we have years of experience and will fight tirelessly until our clients get what they deserve!

Helping those injured in accidents all across the Lone Star State

  • Fort Worth
  • Arlington
  • H-E-B
  • Weatherford
  • Burleson
  • Mansfield
  • Irving
  • Plano
  • Oak Cliff
  • Dallas
  • Saginaw
  • Watauga
  • White Settlement
  • Azle
  • Benbrook
  • Grand Prairie
  • Richardson

We also handle cases in other Texas cities and states