Bone fractures are a serious injury that can result auto crashes, slip and falls, and other types of accidents. Even a simple break can affect your life for several months. A complex fracture can result in disability that will affect your employment and your ability to enjoy life for years into the future.
At the Hancock Injury Attorneys, our lawyers represent people who suffer broken bones in accidents caused by someone else’s negligence. Our goal is to help our clients obtain the best medical care and the full financial compensation for everything you have lost. Contact us today for a free consultation.
Compensating You for Your Injury
A simple broken bone may be treated by resetting the bone and placing a cast around the limb. More complex breaks require surgery to properly align the bone. It’s important to have your break properly evaluated and treated. Otherwise, you may not regain full mobility or use of the limb.
As your lawyers, we will help you obtain appropriate treatment that will help you get your life back. We will also seek compensation for lost wages, pain and suffering, and other damages during your recovery.
In any serious personal injury case, it’s important not to settle your case until you receive maximum medical recovery. You will not know how the bone fracture will affect you until it heals and you complete rehabilitation.
For example, if you are left with a limp after a broken ankle heals, you may need future surgery to regain mobility. You may suffer related injuries, such as back pain resulting from a change in the way you walk. You are entitled to compensation for everything you have lost in an accident, and our lawyers will help you get it.
From our office in Tampa, we represent bone fracture victims in the Tampa Bay area, including St. Petersburg and Clearwater, and throughout Florida.
Have You Suffered a Bone Fracture after an Accident?
Call attorney Mike Hancock to determine all insurance coverage available to you at 813-915-1110 . Our phones are answered 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We will answer your questions, make recommendations, and provide you with a free, confidential evaluation of your accident claim, all without obligation to use our legal services.You can also reach us by e-mail.