Attorneys Representing Bone and Joint Injury Victims
For many victims of bone fractures and joint injuries, healing is a fairly simple process. A broken arm may be a minor issue by itself, relatively speaking. However, the cumulative impact of several minor injuries can be catastrophic. A person who suffers a broken arm in addition to a broken leg, broken ribs and a torn shoulder has a serious injury to contend with.
If you or someone you care about has suffered catastrophic bone fractures or joint injuries because of someone else’s negligence, you have the right to enlist an experienced attorney to hold the negligent parties accountable.
Perey Law Group in Seattle, Washington, has more than 25 years of experience helping accident victims recover the compensation necessary to contend with their injuries.
Full Compensation. Fair Compensation.
Our lawyers are dedicated to helping bone fracture and joint injury victims recover the compensation they need to cover all costs:
- We will seek compensation not only for medical care that the victim has already received, but for all future medical costs, such as the cost of long-term physical therapy.
- We will seek compensation for the pain and the suffering of the victim.
- We will seek compensation for loss of income because of the accident, as well as for any loss of future earning capacity.
Causes of Bone Fractures and Joint Injuries
One of the most frequent causes of these injuries is motor vehicle accidents, ranging from car crashes to truck collisions.
These injuries can either be the result of medical malpractice, or, more often, complicated by doctor negligence. A doctor may not notice the extent of damage in an X-ray, leaving an injury untreated and that will develop further complications.
Other acts of negligence that can cause joint injuries and bone fractures include:
- Nursing home abuse and neglect
- Product liability
- Construction accidents
- Child abuse
- Aviation accidents
You Will Only Pay If We Recover Compensation For You
All personal injury cases are handled on a contingency basis. We only ask for payment if we are able to recover compensation for you in your personal injury case.
Contact us today to discuss your case with an experienced lawyer.