Our Michigan lawyers are serious about helping you recover compensation
Broken bones injuries are all too common in car accidents. The force of impact during a car crash can easily lead to broken bones commonly referred to in the medical community as fractures. Generally, broken bones can range in severity where medical bills and rehabilitations expenses after suffering broken bones can add up very quickly. You may also be loss of income from being unable to work if you can’t return to work. Our experienced car accident lawyers at The Joseph Dedvukaj Firm can help you recover the financial compensation you deserve.
A broken bone can occur anywhere in the body during a car crash. Common injury sites include arms, legs, knees, hips, ankles, hands, elbows, ribs, wrists, back, shoulder, chest, and neck. In addition, the different types of broken bones involved can complicate your ability to heal such as stable, compound, transverse, oblique and comminuted. Some fractures are more complicated and more difficult to treat than others.
Your treatment may involve hospitalization, surgery and rehabilitation. The bone must first be set and immobilized. Usually, the doctor will put a cast or brace on a site that needs immobilization. In some cases, surgery is needed to implant metal plates, pins or screws to set the bone and help the healing process. Other medical treatments may involve medication and eventually different types of physical therapy such as occupational or rehabilitative. You may also have multiple follow-up visits with doctors such as orthopedic, family doctors and physical medicine and rehabilitation.
Your recovery from a broken bone can take weeks, months or even longer depending on your circumstances and type of broken bone injury. You may have long-term effects, such as the development of arthritis, loss of strength or limited movement. In some cases, someone with broken bones in the arm may have weakness or limited range of motion. Broken bones in the leg can cause you to walk with a limp or require the use of a cane or crutch.
When negligence of another driver causes the car wreck accident that led to your broken bone injuries, you have a right and deserve financial compensation. Insurance companies are supposed to help, but the reality is they try to limit your claim to reduce your payout. Auto insurance companies are in business to make money, so they’ll try to pay you as little as possible to keep their profits growing higher .
Insurance companies will always try to limit your compensation in some way including questioning the seriousness of your injuries or the need for certain types of medical treatment. The insurance adjuster may try to avoid payment by arguing that you caused the accident, or you were not injured in the accident. They will always blame any pre-existing condition including degenerative arthritis. The insurance company will make you a settlement offer that not enough or falls short of the compensation you rightfully deserve.
Our personal injury lawyers are familiar with the insurance companies’ tactics and strategy they use to deny paying victims what they deserve. We will help you fight back with evidence and arguments many times the insurance company ignores or overlooks. Our car accident lawyers are dedicated to helping you recover the maximum financial compensation possible to ensure that you get the help you need to get back to a normal life.
We will focus on building strong case for you by investigating your car accident, gathering evidence, and showing the facts. Our legal team carefully reviews all relevant documentation, such as photographs, medical records, accident reports and accident scenes. We interview witnesses to the accident for you. If necessary, we consult accident reconstruction experts about how the car accident happened and other specialists to help prove your case.
Our law firm has been helping the injured in the Detroit area since 1994. Over the past 30 years, we’ve developed an excellent legal reputation as a Michigan auto law firm that doesn’t stop fighting for clients until we get you the right results. We are often able to quickly negotiate a settlement with the insurance companies that meets your needs.
If you suffered a broken bone injury in a Michigan car accident, learn more about how we can help you get the justice you deserve. Contact us at 248-352-2110 or toll free at 866-HIRE-JOE to schedule a free consultation with an experienced car accident attorney. Our law firm is BBB A+ rated.