A broken bone injury may not seem serious because broken bones tend to heal rather quickly after the affected body part is placed in a cast. However, there are times when a broken bone requires more than just a cast; it can require multiple surgeries to correct. Pins placed in the bones to hold them in place may also be options.
If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident caused by someone else’s negligence that resulted in broken bones, you may be able to hold the responsible party accountable through a personal injury lawsuit. With the help of an experienced Mankato personal injury lawyer, you can obtain the results that you need so that you can focus on healing rather than the financial damages the accident caused.
Creating Strong Claims
Any time that we take on a client’s personal injury case, we build a strong case. Whether the injury is a fracture or bones that are completely broken through, every person deserves a chance to cover medical expenses and other costs related to the accident that caused the injury. For instance, a fracture is still going to result in medical expenses. Your health insurance company may ask you if another party was responsible for the fracture. If so, your health insurance company will want the responsible party to pay. If you were the cause of the fracture because, perhaps, you tripped over your own feet, then your health insurance would most likely cover the injuries. If the injuries are the result of a car accident, the story is different.
With the help of your attorney, you can have a case that shows why you need compensation. The compensation that is recovered can pay for present and future medical expenses, lost wages, and other applicable costs that you have incurred that were never your fault to begin with.
Protecting Your Interests
Throughout the entire legal process, you will receive the guidance that you need. For instance, you will receive advice, will know your options, and you will know the outcomes of those options so that you can make educated decisions about your future. You have control over the direction your case takes and how it concludes. Your Southern Minnesota personal injury lawyer advocates for you every step of the way so that you obtain the result that you are looking for.
Contact A Mankato Personal Injury Attorney
Broken bones may seem like routine injuries, but they can be very serious. A broken bone could require one or more surgeries depending on the severity of the break. If you have been injured in an accident due to no fault of your own, it is your right to file a personal injury lawsuit against the responsible party. To learn more about your options, call Farrish Johnson Law Office, CHTD at 507-625-2525 to schedule a free consultation.