Fighting for Compensation After a Bone Fracture
A fracture or broken bone is not a minor injury. While it is true that some fractures may be easily treated and heal in a relatively short amount of time, even the smallest fracture will interfere with the victim’s life. Complex fractures may require multiple surgeries and take years to heal. At Kammholz Rossi PLLC – Personal Injury Lawyers, our attorneys understand just how serious a broken bone can be. We use our decades of experience to get compensation for victims of fracture injuries.
New York’s Serious Injury Threshold
The state of New York agrees that fractures are serious injuries. New York law outlines the serious injury threshold in motor vehicle accident cases. Essentially, this is a list of injury categories that are considered serious. Fractures are one of the categories.
In any personal injury case, our role as lawyers is to prove that a serious injury has occurred. If we do not, our opponent will fight back and try to get the case dismissed. When an injury meets New York’s serious injury threshold, our opponent has no grounds to argue that the injury is not serious enough for a lawsuit to commence. With the seriousness of the injury clear, our next step is to show the cost of the fracture injury and to get you fair compensation.
Representation In All Types Of Fracture Cases
Our lawyers represent people who have suffered broken bones and fractures of all types, including:
- Broken arms
- Broken legs
- Broken hips
- Broken ribs
- Broken feet
- Broken hands
- Broken backs
From broken arms suffered in auto accidents that required only a simple cast to broken legs that required surgery and the insertion of hardware, we can help.
Free Consultation — No Fee Unless We Succeed
Call 585-678-4500 or send us an email to schedule a free consultation with an experienced Rochester broken bone injury attorney. We handle cases on a contingency basis, so you pay no attorneys fees unless we are successful in getting you compensation.
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