Our familiarity with the medical aspects of your broken bone, or multiple fractures, can give you a head start toward recovering the compensation you need. Because insurance adjusters see many different injuries and broken bones it is very important to relate the injury to your unique. We can do this for you. It is important to let adjusters and juries know how the broken bone has affected your life.
Will a broken shoulder affect your ability to continue your work in construction, home health care, emergency services or another physically demanding occupation? How long will a broken hand keep you from your work as a musician or clerical worker? Will multiple fractures mean that you'll need in-home assistance, and if so, for how long?
Our attention to detail in the development and presentation of your case maximize your recovery in broken bone cases.
Our goal is to protect and maximize the value of your personal injury claim
For more information about our experience with the presentation of damages demands in accident cases involving broken bones, contact an experienced Aurora personal injury trial attorney at Norton, Bowers & Hofstra, P.C. Home, evening, and weekend visits are available.