Attorneys for People With Fractured Bones Suffered in Truck Accidents
Truck accidents can do a lot of damage to a body from aching backs to broken bones to worse. They can impair your ability to work after the crash, and take some of the vitality of out of your life.
Broken bones can be especially dangerous for the elderly and children, which is why it is vitally important to see a medical professional about the accident as soon as possible.
However, if you have any specific questions in regards to your own position, feel free to call us Rosenfeld Injury Lawyers at 888-424-5757 with your questions.
Our experienced team can answer your questions to ensure you receive just compensation you need to repair your injuries.
The physical condition of the party is irrelevant at the time of the accident.
First and foremost, if you were injured or had broken bones prior to the accident it is possible to still receive compensation if those broken bones were damaged again.
The law states that the negligent party is still responsible for pain sustained from the past injury, as well as, the likely future medical care.
Rosenfeld can help you get sufficient testimony to prove your broken bones are from the accident, and not just from a previous incident.
Risks to the Elderly Related to Fractures
At this point, we want to point out that broken bones are especially dangerous to the elderly. Even a minor accident can become a major complex fracture that requires surgery.
If you or someone you know is elderly, and was in an accident it is vital they see a doctor to get any potential broken bones checked out immediately.
Children and Broken Bones
On the flip side, you should also be especially cognizant of children‘s broken bones. While children heal faster, the fracture could cause problems to the growth plate.
If the growth plate fractures, it could stunt or slow their growth. This is an issue that could impact them for years to come. Make sure all children see a doctor shortly after the accident to ensure they are not at risk.
Put our experience to work for you for cases involving bone fractures sustained in trucking collision cases
We have a case pending right now in Aurora where an extended Ford 150 construction truck made a left turn square into a bicyclist (Rosenfeld client). The conservative care initially used on the fractured leg of the bicyclist did not properly heal the bones.
Our client then needed surgery where they put pins in his leg. By not having the right care initially, he needed additional care later on in the process that added even more costs to the accident.
How did this happen in the first place? The client wanted to resolve this quickly. However, the insurance company stalled for months without a response.
Out of desperation, the client contacted Rosenfeld Injury Lawyers for assistance. While that is not ideal, because our accident investigation specialists cannot fully detail the accident, we can still help the client recover his time and monies from the trucking and insurance companies.
You see, we know all of the insurance companies tricks like delaying payment to pay out the lowest amount possible.
Another trick insurance companies use is to pay your medical bills as you incur them. While this seems like a benefit initially, it is purely to offset the amount of money you recover throughout the process.
Rosenfeld can guide you through the process, so you can receive the maximum amount owed to you for the accident. In fact, attorneys on average receive 350% more in compensation than people settling cases on their own.
By using our experience, you can avoid the tricks companies use to minimize their guilt and payment.
If you have any questions about how we can put our experience to work for your trucking accident, please feel free to contact Rosenfeld Injury Lawyers at 888-424-5757for a free consultation.