Rear-end Accidents

A minor rear-end collision can actually have a larger effect than you think. According to the US national library of medicine, a study done on drivers who reported whiplash after a rear-end collision were three times as likely to report shoulder and back pain 7 years later than drivers who did not report whiplash after a rear-end collision.

At Smith Magram Michaud Colonna, P.C., our skilled attorney's understand that a minor collision can actually have larger implications. What may seem like a slight injury now resulting from your crash can actually impede on your daily life down the road. No matter what vehicle hit you or how minor you may think your injury is it's worth giving us a call to check it out.

Some injuries our clients have reported after a rear end collision include:

· Neck injury

· Back Injury

· Slipped Disc

· Shoulder Pain

· Whiplash

Here at Smith Magram Michaud Colonna, P.C. we understand that a complicated case is the last thing you want to deal with as you are nursing yourself back to health. With a local clientele focus, we will give you the attention larger firms may neglect to give and do everything in our power to ensure you receive the compensation you deserve.

Our personal injury practice is all about convenience for you- beginning with your free initial consultation with one of our experienced Burlington rear end accident attorneys. Call 800-661-8309 toll free and please tell us if you need a visit to your home or hospital room.

To eliminate any concern you might have about the cost of our representation while you recover from your serious rear end accident, our law offices operate strictly on a contingency fee basis. You owe no attorney fee unless we win your case at trial or negotiate a settlement damage award that meets your approval. This means you have absolutely nothing to lose and everything to gain by speaking with one of our Smith Magram Michaud Colonna, P.C. attorneys.

National Library of Medicine. National Center for Biotechnology, n.d. Web. 22 July 2013.

<http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11106881>.