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Common Back Injuries Caused by Car Accidents

While drivers never start driving with the expectation that they will be in a car accident, it, unfortunately, happens. While there are a variety of injuries that can result from a car accident, the back seems to be especially prone to problems. Many back injuries do not even become apparent until days after the accident, which is why Robert J. DeBry & Associates recommends that you retain a personal injury lawyer as soon as possible. Continue reading to learn more about the common back injuries caused by car accidents.

3 Most Common Back Injuries

At Robert J. DeBry & Associates, we have seen just about every type of back injury imaginable result from a car accident. All of them can be pretty serious, which is why you will want to have a personal injury lawyer fighting for you right from the outset. 


Whiplash is so common following a car accident because it involves the ligaments and muscles in the neck. These tend to be injured due to the head being thrust forward and then back again in a violent motion.

Spinal Fractures

A spinal fracture often occurs when the seat belt fails to perform as intended. While the lower part of your body might not move much, the back and head are tossed around. This often results in an injury to the spine.

Onset of Spondylolisthesis

This injury occurs when vertebrae are moved out of place in the back due to minor stress fractures during the accident. Either surgery or a great deal of physical therapy is needed to recover from spondylolisthesis.

If you suffer from one or more of these injuries or other injuries from a car accident, is essential to understand your legal rights in such an event. At Robert J. DeBry & Associates there is a representative available 24/7 for you to call if you have been involved in a car accident, no matter how major or minor it might be.

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