Practice Area : Broken Bones
Any injury that results in broken bones warrants serious medical attention. Many accidents that cause physical damage can harm not only the skeletal structure but also the surrounding tissue, veins, and organs. If you or a loved one has experienced a broken bone due to an injury or accident, contact a Northern California broken bone lawyer at our firm for a free consultation.
The law firm of Gillin, Jacobson, Ellis, Larsen & Lucey has handled personal injury cases in San Francisco, the Bay Area and Northern California for over thirty years. The firm’s broken bone injury lawyers have recovered significant financial awards for our clients that help them recover from their accident. Contact our offices for a free consultation on your case.
Several types of broken bones can cause serious damage to the person that has been injured:
- A complete fracture cracks the bone into two separate pieces.
- A single fracture means that the bone is only cracked in one place.
- Other terms that describe broken bones are open / closed, or simple / multi-fragmentary.
- Obviously, broken bones can occur anywhere in the body, but are most severe when they involve the neck or back.
Since a broken bone injury often causes injuries that are internal or undetectable by the naked eye, a complete medical examination should be carried out on the injured person. X-rays of problem areas and further scans such as MRIs or CT-Scans may also be necessary. A Northern California broken bone injury attorney can recover significant funds in order to help cover these and other medical expenses.
Our San Francisco and Northern California broken bone injury attorneys have recovered expenses that have paid for medical bills, loss of work, pain and suffering, mental distress, therapies, legal fees, and insurance bills.
By contacting our office as soon after the accident as possible, you stand the greatest chance of recovering damages. California has several laws that make a lawsuit impossible after a legally instituted time limit runs out. A broken bone victim should never sign any paperwork or agree to any settlement without first speaking to a Northern California broken bone injury lawyer. In addition, with legal representation, you can protect yourself and fight for what is legally owed to you.
Broken bone accident cases are often difficult and complex, but the law firm of Gillin, Jacobson, Ellis, Larsen & Lucey has a great deal of experience in tackling broken bone cases. Contact our offices today and speak with a Northern California broken bone injury lawyer for a free case evaluation.
We invite you to call 1-855-508-9565 to speak with an experienced personal injury attorney at GJEL if you or a loved one has been injured. We provide free consultation, and we’re paid only when we win your claim. You’ll pay no fees if we don’t obtain a verdict or settlement for you.
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