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What Are Some Common Causes of Lower Back Pain?

Lower back pain, or low back pain, is a condition characterized by pain, discomfort, inflammation, or lost mobility in the lower back (lumbar) region of the body. It can involve many components, including muscle inflammation, damaged tendons and nerves, or compressed spinal disks. Lower back pain can be caused by:

Lower back injuries and pain can also originate from other sources. For instance, some types of toxins may cause nerve damage, leading to low back pain or spinal pain.

Who Can Be Held Liable for Lower Back Pain?

Lower back pain is often a factor in many legal claims, including:

Thus, lower back pain can involve many different persons or parties. One common claim is where a person’s work environment causes their lower back pain. In such cases, an employer or supervisor may be held liable, especially if they were aware of the working conditions and did nothing to remedy the situation.

Legal Remedies for Lower Back Pain Lawsuits

Lower back pain lawsuits often end in a monetary damages award. These can cover costs such as:

In some cases, other remedies may be involved, such as a change in work policies or a change in the safety standards in a retail store, etc.

Should I Hire a Lawyer for a Lower Back Pain Lawsuit?

Lower back pain can originate from many sources. You may wish to hire a lawyer if you need help filing a claim for lower back pain. Your attorney can advise you on the options that are available for you. Also, if you need to attend a court hearing, your lawyer can be on hand to represent you and guide you throughout the court process.

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Last Modified: 10-03-2016 09:19 PM PDT

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