Fractures, Amputations and Scars - Law Offices of Brian Breiter

PERSONAL INJURY ATTORNEY – FRACTURES, AMPUTATIONS AND SCARS

l-3Fractures, amputations and scars are the types of traumatic injuries that can change not only the victim’s life, but the lives of their entire family. In addition to a long, painful recovery, physical therapy and expensive medical treatments, their ability to earn a living and maintain a decent quality of life can be fraught with hurdles, or simply impossible.

These types of injuries can be catastrophic

When the injuries are more complex or catastrophic, they can cause severe disruption to the central nervous system, which in turn can affect many other parts of the body. Management of such an injury is complex and may require the expertise of a team of health professionals including physicians, consultants, nurses, therapists, and counselors.

Some common causes of fractures, amputations and scars include:

  1. Hit by car
  2. Fell
  3. Roadway/walkway not in good repair
  4. Rider error/not paying attention
  5. Crashed/collision
  6. Dog ran out

What You Need to Know

If you or a loved one experiences an injury involving fractures, amputation or scarring, keep in mind that a personal injury lawsuit will be your only opportunity to obtain financial compensation not only for current medical bills, but also for any future medical and personal needs that arise from that injury.

The life-changing nature of these injuries means it’s essential to look at and prepare for the long term impact.

As experienced personal injury attorneys, we can help you receive compensation that will ensure the safety and comfort of your family.

CALL US
323-954-9955
Attorneys Brian Breiter or Mark Rubashkin will talk to you and help you figure out the best course of action for your case. We’re here for you.

All calls or consultations are free. In personal injury matters, we don’t get paid unless you do.

See also

arrow-blue Dog Attacks

arrow-blue Medical Malpractice

arrow-blue Premises Liabiliy

arrow-blue Spinal Cord Injuries

arrow-blue Traumatic Brain Injuries

arrow-blue Work Related Accidents

arrow-blue Bicycle or Pedestrian Injury Accidents