Back, Neck, And Spine Injuries

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A serious injury to your back, neck or spinal cord can make it difficult to work, sleep or even move. One of these problems, in turn, can cause depression, financial problems and put a strain on the people around you.

If you or a loved one have been in an accident that caused a serious health problem, you may be entitled to compensation. This compensation can help medical costs, lost wages, pain, and suffering and/or other damages. The law firm of Attorney Dean Boyd helps ordinary people get the compensation they need to take care of their families and move on from an accident.

Advocating for the rights of the injured

At the law office of Attorney Dean Boyd in Amarillo and Lubbock, we advocate for the rights of the injured. We can offer legal advice if you or a loved one is struggling with chronic back pain, muscle spasms, numbness and tingling in extremities, or pinched nerves that cause pain. Attorney Dean Boyd can represent you for personal injury cases that involve the wrongful death of a family member or disk injuries such as a herniated disk, bulging disk or slipped disk. Paralysis, paraplegia or quadriplegia caused by damage to the spinal cord, the need for surgery, medication and/or physical therapy are also cases Attorney Dean Boyd can represent you for.

Every back, neck and spine injury is different. Get the legal guidance you need to resolve your personal injury matter properly.

Contact the law office of Attorney Dean Boyd today for a free consultation

Looking for a personal injury lawyer in Amarillo or Lubbock? Our law firm can provide the legal guidance you need. Once Attorney Dean Boyd represents you, he is only putting your interests first, not the insurance companies. Contact us today for a free consultation. Give us a call at (806) 242-3333 or Contact Us via email.


In personal injury, we see this a lot from car wrecks, truck wrecks, motorcycle wrecks, workplace accidents, and pedestrian injuries.
Absolutely. Even if you have been in an accident, and you feel ok after, you should still see a medical professional. There are some conditions that worsen over time and immediately following an accident, your adrenaline will lessen any pain you may have.

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