Broken bones might seem like a rite of passage in childhood, but they can happen to anyone, at any time. Whether you've broken your wrist slipping on a patch of ice, fractured your leg in a car accident, or broken a bone in any other way, you know how difficult normal life can become. Loss of mobility, pain, and the inability to work and live your life to its fullest are all real concerns as a direct result of what happened.
And moreso than temporary inconvenience, a healed broken bone may later become arthritic or a separated joint, or even put you in a wheelchair, among other long-term consequences.
If you have experienced one of the 6.3 million fractures that occur each year in the U.S., the Minnesota attorneys at Meshbesher & Spence are here for you. We are prepared to do everything we can to make sure you are fully compensated for your medical expenses and physical and emotional suffering.
Meshbesher & Spence stands up for your rights.
As the injured party, you likely face limited mobility, impeded ability to do normal activities, lost income, medical bills, and other unforeseen expenses as a result of your injury, not to mention the complex insurance claims that may be proceeding as well. Make sure someone is on your side during these frustrating and stressful circumstances,
The Minnesota attorneys at Meshbesher & Spence are experienced in broken bone/fracture claims and will make sure the claim investigation is completed properly and completely, insurance benefits are coordinated smoothly, and that you, as the victim, receive the maximum reparation for your injury.
Broken bone victims can recover damages for:
- Lost wages, future earnings and earning capacity
- Pain and suffering
- Loss of enjoyment of life
- Past, present and future medical bills
- Disfigurement and scarring
- Emotional distress
- ...and other general damages.
You may also qualify for workers' compensation and/or Social Security disability (SSD) benefits. Talk with a Minnesota attorney at Meshbesher & Spence about the circumstances of your accident for a thorough review of your claim.
What You Should Do
If you have been experienced a broken bone, it is very important to see a doctor immediately to document your injuries in a medical record. Then, contact Meshbesher & Spence for a consultation with our personal injury attorneys who are available to visit you in the hospital or in your home, as well as in our offices, and will help you determine if you will be able to recover damages for your injuries.