Berlin Spinal Cord Injury Attorneys

If you experienced a back or spinal cord injury after an accident, you need experienced, local attorneys protecting your interests. Based in Berlin, the attorneys at Mammano & Mulvihill, PC, have been serving individuals throughout south New Jersey and Philadelphia for more than five decades.

Our attorneys are respected members of the local community. Together, we will get you the compensation you need to make up for lost wages and pay for medical treatment after a back or spinal cord injury.

Make Sure You Are Compensated For The Full Extent Of Your Injuries

Injuries often evolve over time. What appears today to be a minor back or neck injury — such as a fracture or whiplash — can actually lead to long-term complications. Accidents causing back and spinal cord injuries can result in serious, permanent disabilities, including:

  • Nerve injuries
  • Paralysis
  • Slipped discs, herniated discs, protruding discs and bulging discs
  • Spinal stenosis
  • Pinched nerves
  • Numbness or tingling in the limbs
  • Loss of use or mobility in the limbs

At Mammano & Mulvihill, PC, we work closely with medical professionals, including doctors, chiropractors and orthopedists, to make sure the full nature and extent of our clients' injuries are known. Once we know the long-term pain management and treatment requirements, we can pursue fair compensation.

Aggressively Protecting Your Right To Compensation

Insurance companies know, when they are facing Mammano & Mulvihill, PC, they are playing hardball. Our lawyers are aggressive, experienced litigators. We provide clients with the strong arm they need to protect their financial rights at the bargaining table and in the courtroom.

If you experienced a back or spinal cord injury, you need experienced, effective spinal cord injury lawyers protecting your right to compensation. For help, contact our law office at 856-336-5949 or 866-599-6461. Consultations are free. We take all of our accident cases on a contingency basis — you don't pay us until you get compensation for your injuries.