Don’t Suffer From A Neck Injury Alone
The neck contains many different muscles and connective tissues, and houses the most vulnerable portion of the spinal column. Since so much important anatomy is contained in such a condensed space, injuries to the neck can lead to different types of severe injuries. Whether your neck injury resulted from a car accident, truck wreck, motorcycle accident or some other cause, you should seek the services of local attorneys who know how to maximize the compensation that will help you facilitate your recovery.
Injury Law Advocates With A Long History Of Success
At McGrady & McGrady, PLLC, we have a long history of serving clients with neck injuries in Southwest Virginia. We routinely handle accident cases that occur along the I-77 and I-81 interstate corridors, and have the extensive trial skills needed to give your case a strong chance of success. We have over 75 combined years of experience. During this time, our effective litigation strategies and many successful results have made us known in Galax and the surrounding region as dedicated, client-focused advocates.
As a father-son team, we understand that it is important to consider how your accident will affect your family. Our Carroll County neck injury lawyers work tirelessly to resolve your case as efficiently as possible so that you can focus on the healing process and helping your family move forward in life.
Causes Of Neck Injuries
There are many different things that lead to whiplash, neck fractures and other serious neck injuries, but some occur more frequently than others. Some of these common causes include:
- Car wrecks, especially rear-end accidents
- Truck wrecks
- Motorcycle accidents
- Construction accidents
- Boating accidents
- Pedestrian and bicycle accidents
Whether caused by these or other accidents, neck injuries come in many forms, including pinched nerves, herniated disks, whiplash and compressed vertebrae. The delicate cervical spine is located in the neck, and damage to this area of the spinal column can result in lingering nerve damage or paralysis.
Helping You Recover
Our office is open from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. We want our clients to have access to a lawyer when they need it most, so we are also available by appointment outside of these hours. We pride ourselves on returning messages, in most cases, on the same day.