Phoenix Broken Bone Lawyer
If You Have Sustained Broken Bones In An Accident Caused By Another Person’s Negligence, Contact Us for A Free Initial Consultation and For First-rate Legal Representation
If you have experienced bone fractures or you believe you have, it is very important to see a doctor immediately to assure you receive good medical care and also to document your injuries in a medical record. We can also refer you to excellent medical care, in the event you have difficulty finding a doctor on your own. Many of our doctors to whom we refer patients are board certified and some of them agree to work on a lien basis Then, contact the Law Offices of William D. Black for a consultation a personal injury attorneys who is available to visit you in the hospital or in your home, as well as in our offices, and will help you determine if you will be able to recover damages for your injuries. Contact our firm at 602-265-2600 or toll-free at 844-224-0054 or online> to discuss your broken bone injury.
Broken Bones Happen and If They Are Caused By Another Person’s Negligence, You Have A Right to Just Compensation
Broken bones are one of the most commons injuries sustained in personal injury accidents. Attorneys at the Law Offices of William D. Black understand the medical issues and know the right experts to consult in regular and more complicated bone fracture cases. Contact us to discuss an accident or malpractice that caused a bone fracture. We represent clients in Arizona in a great variety of cases involving broken bones. One of the most common sites for breaks to occur is in the wrist, arm, clavicle, hip, and ankle. Even though insurance providers are inclined not to take broken bones seriously and give them their full import, any one of these breaks is enough to inflict serious pain and impair a person’s ability to work. Even so, insurance adjusters do not usually admit the potential for fatal or life-altering results from many of these injuries. Automobile accidents frequently result in serious bone fractures.
The impact from a rear-end collision can injure your sternum, clavicle or ribs or puncture your lung. Seat belts can also cause fractures at the shoulder, ribs, and hip. An airbag can cause breaks along your spine. Side impact, or T-bone accidents mean you have only a window and door for protection from the impacting vehicle.
If you have experienced one of the 6.4 million fractures that occur each year in the U.S., the Arizona attorneys at the Law Offices of William D. Black would like to help you. We are prepared to take all steps necessary to make sure you are fully compensated for your medical expenses, pain and suffering, wage loss and loss of future earning capacity and all other damages applicable to such accidents.
We are experienced in broken bone/fracture claims and will make sure the claim investigation is completed properly, your claim is developed, presented and resolved with first-rate representation. We will also assure that your insurance benefits are properly and effectively coordinated, and that you, as the victim, receive the maximum recovery for your injuries.
Broken Bone Victims Upon Proper Proof Can Recover Damages for:
- Past, present and future medical bills
- Lost wages, future earnings and earning capacity
- Pain and suffering
- Loss of enjoyment of life
- Disfigurement and scarring
- Psychological damages
- …and other general damages.