A bone fracture may be a minor hindrance in your life, requiring a cast and six weeks of healing – or a true medical emergency that requires reconstruction, several surgeries, and leaves you permanently impaired. If you were a victim of a negligent act and suffered broken bones, the Milwaukee bone fracture lawyers at Cannon & Dunphy S.C. can help.
Your bones are rigid, with a slight degree of flexibility. Once a bone has been stressed by force, it will first slightly bend, and then break. How it breaks will be the result of the type and degree of force applied.
Bone fractures come in various different forms:
As the leading personal injury law firm in Milwaukee, our team of trial lawyers has a deep understanding of the processes involved in filing a successful personal injury lawsuit. We have the professional resources and experience to help you pursue the maximum financial compensation. If you suffered broken bones in an accident caused by another party, get in touch with us at once – we will evaluate your case at no charge to you.
A fractured bone can usually be restored, but the limb, hand, finger, foot, or ankle may never again function as it did prior to the accident. Bone trauma can lead to various serious complications, including:
If your bone fracture is the result of a negligent act, the party responsible can be held liable. Broken bones can occur in a wide range of accidents, including:
A broken bone case that is the result of an act of negligence make it possible to file a personal injury lawsuit to seek to recover compensatory damages. The amount of compensation will vary, based on the impact of the fracture on your life. All types of damages will be pursued, including:
At Cannon & Dunphy S.C., we are proud of our reputation for legal excellence, and for the millions of dollars in damages we have recovered for injured clients. Over our years in practice in Milwaukee, we have recovered over $1 billion for the people we represent. Contact our Milwaukee bone fracture attorneys to discuss your injury and how it occurred. When we take on a case, it is on a contingency fee basis – you owe no fees unless we are successful. Call today for legal representation. Your case matters – you deserve a lawyer you can trust to go the distance for you.