A back injury is often caused by a serious Illinois Motorcycle, Truck, or car accident.
If you sustained a back injury, it is important to discuss your case with an experienced injury lawyer today. Call us at 847-651-7191 to schedule an appointment at our back n law offices.
If herniated disc presses on a nerve it may cause pain, numbness, radiating pain, or weakness in body areas where the nerve travels. You may also experience low back pain, in addition to leg pain.
Cervical disc herniation may cause radiating pain, tingling, or numbness in the shoulders, arms, or chest.
Low back pain is the most common type of back pain. Pain in the low-back may radiate through the buttocks and down a leg to the ankle or foot.
Back injury pain after a car accident may be sudden or gradual pain, in one or both legs. Your pain may be constant or come and go. Back pain may also stay in contact or get worse with certain activities/movements. You may also feel "shooting pain" when sneezing, coughing, or straining to pass stool.
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