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Austin Broken Bone Lawyer

Bone injuries are incredibly common, but they can inflict serious financial and emotional losses on victims all the same. Find out if you have a case for compensation by working with an Austin broken bone lawyer.

Many people will experience a broken or fractured bone at least once in their lifetime. These are easily the most common injuries resulting from accidents. Suffering a broken bone can be a painful experience, not only physically but also emotionally and financially.

Recovering from a bone injury can require time off from work, physical therapy, and future medical treatments, including multiple surgeries. The ongoing pain of a badly broken or crushed bone can continue for months or years and leave you at high risk for re-injury.

An Austin broken bone lawyer from Colley Firm P.C. can assist you in recovering compensation from the person or party responsible for the accident that caused your bone injury.

 

Determining Fault for a Broken or Fractured Bone

Central to any personal injury claim is determining precisely who was at fault for the accident. Broken bones and fractures can occur in a number of different situations, and identifying all of the at-fault parties will be essential to receiving the largest settlement possible.

For example, multiple parties could have played a role in causing a bone injury in any of the following accident types, all of which your Austin broken bone lawyer will help you investigate:

  • Slip, Trip, and Falls The property owner, a maintenance company, or even a passerby
  • Bicycle Accidents The car’s driver, a parts manufacturer, or a government agency if an unsafe road or intersection was the cause
  • Car and Truck Accidents – A driver, passenger, government agency, or trucking company
  • Defective Products The manufacturer, distributor, retailer, or advertiser

 

Type of Bone Fracture Affects Compensation

There are many different types of fractures involved in bone injuries, and all can seriously affect your emotional and financial state. While some fractures require medical treatment for just a limited period of time, heavily broken bones may require surgically installed pins, screws, and plates in addition to long-term medical care.

Common categories of bone fractures include the following:

  • Complete Fracture – The bone breaks into two complete pieces
  • Closed Fracture – The bone is broken and still connected
  • Open Fracture – The bone breaks through the skin and is exposed
  • Simple Fracture – The bone has a hairline or stress fracture

Obviously, the more serious your break, the more expensive the medical care that your recovery will require. Your Austin broken bone lawyer will work closely with your doctor in order to fully assess how much compensation you will need to heal to the fullest extent possible.

 

Victims Suffer Damages in Many Ways

When someone other than yourself is responsible for your bone fracture, it is necessary to get a legal professional involved. With lost wages and the high cost of medical treatment, you deserve to get compensated for your injuries and losses.

From gathering evidence to negotiating with the insurance companies, an experienced attorney will work for you so that you can focus on your recovery. Your settlement should account for all of your financial expenses and non-economic losses:

  • Lost wages and future income
  • Past and future medical expenses
  • Rehabilitation and physical therapy
  • Emotional distress
  • Pain and suffering

 

Texas Comparative Fault and Bone Injuries

Texas uses the modified comparative negligence rule when the party you are filing a personal injury claim against denies responsibility and argues that you are the one at fault. You are entitled to compensation for your injury if you are 49 percent or less to blame for the accident. As long as someone else is 51 percent or more at fault, you are entitled to a settlement.

The amount of fault assigned to you will decrease your compensation by that same percentage. This makes it important to work with an Austin broken bone lawyer who can build the strongest case possible, thereby mitigating your percentage of the blame—and maximizing your compensation.

 

An Austin Bone Fracture Lawyer Can Help You

Suffering a bone fracture or break can be devastating for both you and your family. The physical pain combined with the emotional and financial turmoil can be an exhausting and overwhelming experience.

At Colley Firm P.C., we understand how serious and debilitating your broken bone can be. With compassion and personal attention, we will work hard for you and aggressively fight for your right to recover the maximum compensation possible for your personal injury claim.

Contact us online through the form on this page or call 1-877-411-2001 to schedule your free case evaluation today. There are no upfront fees and never an obligation to proceed, so speak with an Austin broken bone lawyer as soon as possible.