Back Injury

Back pain can be particularly debilitating, leading to poor quality of life and lifelong implications. Back pain usually lasts a short time, but can be described as ‘chronic’ if symptoms persist for more than 12 weeks. Most adults experience back pain at some point in their life, and 50% of working adults suffer from the ailment at least once a year.

Back injury is often caused as a result of manual handling at work – lifting and moving stock, for example. Your employer has a duty to ensure members of staff are correctly trained and that the right lifting equipment is provided. However, even if you have had training, you might be entitled to make a claim for back injury.

Other causes of back injury might include road traffic accidents or slips/trips.

If you want further advice about making a claim for back injury, call the above number. Alternatively, complete the form below and one of our claims handlers will be in touch at your preferred time.

How Much Might I Be Awarded?

Every injury, like every claim, is different. For a rough idea, visit our back/spinal injuries compensation guide

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