While a whiplash injury or herniated disc injury to the neck is a common injury that occurs in motor vehicle accidents, a whiplash injury to the neck can often be confused with an injury to one of the shoulders. Sometimes, it takes a substantial amount of medical treatment and time to figure out if the injury is to either the neck, to the shoulder, or to both. This is because the two areas of the body are biomechanically linked by the nerves that come off the cervical area of the spine. Often an injury that seems to be generating pain in the shoulder can be referred pain from a neck injury or what appears to be an injury to the neck can often be due a torn rotator cuff/labral tear in the shoulder.

Here at Banck Law one of our primary goals is to ensure that each client is well informed about their medical status and receives the best medical care appropriate to their injuries. We have a network of treating medical providers that are experts in their respective fields and can easily determine at the outset of a case if you are suffering from a neck injury, a shoulder injury or a combination of the two. Contact Banck Law today to schedule your free consultation if you have been involved in an accident due the negligence of another party. We will fight to ensure that you get the medical treatment and compensation that you deserve.