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Back Injuries After an Albuquerque Trucking Accident

Common Back Injuries After an Albuquerque Trucking Accident: New Mexico Trucking Accident Lawyer 

It is very common for an individual involved in a motor vehicle crash to have back pain.  In fact, it is common to have back pain in general.  It seems to be a normal aspect of aging.  Or at least that is what the defense will say about your back pain in any motor vehicle accident.  This is particularly true in an 18 wheeler wreck, or any collision with a large box truck, semi tractor trailer, tanker, double trailer, or other commercial vehicle.  This is because large commercial vehicles like big rigs will cause large impacts in an Albuquerque trucking accident.  This will result in a significant force upon the body and the back, making back injuries more likely and more severe.

If you or a loved one have suffered a back injury in an Albuquerque trucking accident, please call our experienced New Mexico trucking accident lawyer at the Caruso Law Offices, P.C. to learn what your rights to compensation may be.  We have worked with many individuals who have been injured due to a big rig, 18 wheeler, or box truck crash resulting in debilitating back injuries.  Call us for a FREE consultation by dialing (505) 883-5000 to learn what we can do to help you.

Common Back Injuries from an Albuquerque Trucking Accident

There are many different types of back injuries which may result from an Albuquerque trucking accident.  The reason that back injuries are so common in motor vehicle crashes is because the back is particularly exposed given the very nature of the way the seats in a car work.  For rear end or head on collisions, the seat will bounce forward and back to absorb impact.  But this will also radiate that motion back to you.  In side impacts, the seat may not move at all and result in no stable support for your spine—which is more susceptible in a side impact collisions.

All of these effects are magnified in an Albuquerque trucking accident which imparts significantly greater force on a person’s body and their back.  As a result, 18 wheeler wrecks cause some of the following common back injuries:

  • Herniated discs;
  • Annular tears of the discs;
  • Fractures or breaks of the vertebrae;
  • Spinal cord damage;
  • Cervical spine (neck) herniations;
  • Leg nerve pain;
  • Central canal narrowing;
  • Need for spinal fusions;
  • Need for discectomy;
  • Permanent nerve injuries and pain; 
  • Drop foot or other losses of sensation of the legs; and
  • Many other injuries.

As a result of these injuries, victims may no longer be able to perform many daily and customary tasks.  This includes basic tasks such as brushing their teeth, picking up young children, or even sitting down or laying down comfortably.

Victims of an Albuquerque Trucking Accident Causing Back Pain Should Call our New Mexico Trucking Accident Lawyer

If you have suffered from back pain after an Albuquerque trucking accident, you may be entitled to certain compensation for medical bills, your pain and suffering, lost wages, and other damages.  Back pain can linger and last for many years, if not be permanent.  Sometimes back pain can be surgically treated, whereas other times it can only be managed.  Call the Caruso Law Offices, P.C. to schedule a FREE appointment with one our experienced New Mexico trucking accident lawyers to learn what rights to compensation you may have.

We handle cases in Albuquerque, Santa Fe, Roswell, Las Cruces, Rio Rancho, Farmington, Enchanted Hills, Hobbs, and anywhere else throughout New Mexico.  Call us today to schedule a FREE appointment by dialing (505) 833-5000.  You can also contact us on our website through the easy to use and convenient Contact box located by clicking here.

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