Pennsylvania Bone Fracture Injury Attorney
Treatment for some types of bone fractures is not as simple as wearing a cast for a few months and doing a little rehabilitation. Compound, comminuted and avulsion fractures are extremely serious and may affect people permanently. If you have suffered a serious fracture of this nature as the result of a motor vehicle accident, call MyPhillyLawyer at 866-920-0352 to discuss your case.
Examples of Fractures
Specific types of fractures that have the potential to cause long-term, debilitating effects include:
- Broken vertebrae in the neck or back
- Broken pelvic or hip bones
- Broken kneecaps
- Broken wrists
- Broken ankles
- Broken tarsal bones (feet)
Our Philadelphia injury lawyers have more than 100 years of combined experience. Their focus is on personal injury law, and they have recovered millions of dollars in verdicts and settlements for our injured clients. Put this experience on your side.
A Law Firm With The Resources to Recover Maximum Compensation for You
In all of our fracture injury claims cases, we work with medical professionals and others to analyze and accurately assess the full extent of your future needs in dealing with these injuries. This is critically important because once a case has been settled or gone to verdict, obtaining compensation to cover needs that were not properly considered beforehand is no longer an option. We create life care plans to assess your full financial needs and work to recover this amount in your personal injury claim.
Did You Suffer a Bone Fracture Because of Another’s Negligence? Call 215-789-9346.
Did you suffer a severe fracture in a fall at work or in a car accident? Were you assaulted in a parking lot with limited lighting and security? If negligence contributed to your bone fracture, you have the right to file a lawsuit and seek full and fair financial damages.
We have helped many people in the Philadelphia area and throughout Pennsylvania recover fair compensation for their injuries. Contact our personal injury lawyers and learn how we may be able to help you, too. We offer free initial consultations.