Liability and Your Legal Rights With a Broken Bones Injury
It is normal for some victims to deal with an injury, work towards recovery and attempt to live a normal life without taking legal action as long as their medical bills are paid. What they don’t realize is during the broken bone recovery time or months later when secondary injuries occur or victims realize their physical abilities have been compromised and they can no longer perform as well as before the accident occurred they start to feel victimized.
You still may be entitled to compensation for your pain and suffering by any liable parties, however, it is a lot harder to justify to the courts and prove your lingering pain is a result of the initial accident and nothing else. This is why taking immediate action while the police and medical reports are fresh and any witnesses can clearly recall and recite the incident are credible. It’s best to contact broken bones lawyers as soon as possible.
Damages and Compensation
A broken bones injury is almost always incapacitating, and in some situations can lead to a permanent incapacitation of movement. Even once your bones heal, long-term rehabilitation therapy and additional surgery may be required for a full recovery and they are both costly. Compensation for reimbursement or payment of medical bills as well as pain and suffering can be claimed. Broken bones lawyers can also fight for loss of income and future earnings. Even spouses or other caregivers who had to give up income in order to care for your injuries have the right to compensation. Such situations often call for justified action where all liable parties are meant to compensate the injured party, such that they are treated fairly granted the lack of normalcy in their lives following the broken bones injury.
Contact our Broken Bones Injury Attorneys in Philadelphia & New Jersey
If you feel that you or a loved one has suffered a loss as a result of a broken bones injury, contact Ginsburg & Associates. Our broken bones lawyers stand ready to investigate and pursue all available civil damage remedies. To contact us call 215-564-4400 or you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have a potential broken bones case for us to look at now, complete our Case Information Form.