Fractures & Broken Bones
Broken bones or bone fractures are not only painful, they can take a very long time to heal. In some cases, surgery may be necessary to repair the injury, followed by extensive therapy and rehabilitation. In the most severe situations, a broken bone or fracture can result in permanent damage, continuous pain and serious medical complications. If you or a loved one suffered from broken bones or fractures after an accident, a Phoenix injury lawyer can help you recover the damages you deserve. Contact Hirsch & Lyon Accident Law P.L.L.C. today for a free consultation to discuss your case options and right to recovery.
What Types of Accidents Can Cause Broken Bones or Fractures?
While anyone can break a bone, people who are injured due to the negligence of others often suffer bone fractures. Many different kinds of accidents produce this type of serious injury, with some of the most common being:
- Head-On Collisions. Accidents involving head-on collisions produce a great deal of force. This means that even if the drivers and passengers are properly seat-belted, multiple fractures, in particular, fractures of the lower extremities, can occur.
- Pedestrian Accidents. When a pedestrian is hit by a car, the pedestrian is very likely to sustain fractures of the lower extremities, such as a broken leg.
- Premises Liability Accidents. Cases involving slip and falls usually result in wrist and arm fractures. Broken hips are also very common when the accident victim is elderly.
- T-Bone Crashes. When a car, truck or other motor vehicle strikes another vehicle on the side (a T-Bone accident), fractures of the ribs, hips and shoulders commonly occur.
A Broken Bone Can Be a Very Serious Injury
The Hirsch & Lyon accident law firm knows that regardless of how the accident happened, a broken bone or fracture is not a minor injury. We represent clients who suffer from all types of broken bones, including multiple and complicated fractures. Our firm understands the concern that these types of injuries can lead to permanent damage, so we will work closely with your orthopedic surgeon and other medical providers to document the full extent of your injuries.
While proper medical documentation is essential in any accident claim in Arizona, it is particularly critical in a serious bone fracture case because you need to make certain your medical record clearly establishes the long-term damages and lasting effects attributable to your injury. These types of cases involve considerable financial compensation, and it is our job to ensure that we have the medical reports and other evidence necessary to get you the medical care and services you will need to recover, even after your case has settled.
Schedule a Free Case Evaluation with a Phoenix Injury Lawyer Today
If you or someone you care about is suffering from a broken bone/fractured bone caused by an accident, you need to speak with an attorney as soon as possible. The Phoenix injury lawyers at Hirsch & Lyon Accident Law Firm have more than 6 decades of collective experience helping accident victims. We have recovered hundreds of millions of dollars on behalf of our clients, and we are committed to doing everything we can to get you a full and fair recovery for your damages. We offer free claim reviews and handle all personal injury cases on a contingency fee bases. Call us today at 602-535-1900 or contact us online to schedule your free consultation at our Phoenix office or any of our other offices throughout the state.