Broken and fractured bones can cause significant setbacks to work and life. They also involve extensive treatment, which may include painful surgeries and weeks or months of physical rehabilitation. 

When someone is to blame for a broken or fractured bone injury in Florida, a personal injury attorney can hold them accountable for the harm they cause you.

Why Choose Neufeld, Kleinberg and Pinkiert, PA?

With an Avvo 10.0 Superb rating, Neufeld, Kleinberg and Pinkiert, PA demands the highest standards of excellence when representing clients. This translates into diligent representation of your financial and legal interests while we fight to get you a proper payout.

Millions Won for Clients

Our track record features example after example of recovery of substantial compensation for our clients. During our more than 100 years of combined legal experience, we have fought relentlessly and won life-changing compensation for our clients, and we are ready to fight for you. 

We also require zero upfront costs to get started on your lower back pain claim, and we don’t get paid a cent unless we win. If you are experiencing lower back pain caused by someone else, contact us today for a free consultation

Compensation Available for Broken and Fractured Bones

The compensation you may be owed for a bone break or fracture depends on how serious the injury is and how it occurred. Generally, broken and fractured bones tend to take place in the following circumstances:

At Neufeld, Kleinberg and Pinkiert, PA, we handle every type of situation involving broken and fractured bones. Our experience allows us to properly appraise the economic and non-economic damages involved in each claim we represent. In other words, we know when insurance companies are trying to pay less than they should.

Sadly, many injury victims trust in the insurance company handling their payout and receive far less than they should. They believe that insurance companies have their best interests in mind when the opposite is true. Insurance companies are for-profit businesses that seek to protect their own finances.

Your injury attorney has your financial interests in mind and uses the law and their experience to compel proper payment, which may include compensation for:

  • Medical attention and treatment of your bone break or fracture
  • Loss of income and wages
  • Medical equipment, such as wheelchairs or crutches
  • Pain and suffering
  • Loss of enjoyment of life
  • Mental anguish

Payment for punitive damages is also a possibility, but only in cases involving gross negligence or reckless disregard for the rights and safety of others. 

Consequences of Broken and Fractured Bones

Bone breaks and fractures are among the most common types of injuries, with millions in the U.S. suffering breaks and fractures each year. With proper and timely treatment, many people heal properly. However, complications arise in many of these cases, especially in those involving fractures. 

Long-term consequences, regardless of immediate and proper treatment, are often unavoidable and may include:

  • Nerve damage
  • Loss of strength
  • Loss of motion and mobility
  • Chronic pain
  • Joint issues

Some of the complications victims suffer are caused by medical malpractice. Failure to properly set or treat a bone after an injury can lead to unbearable health issues down the line. Additionally, a failure to diagnose a malignant or other destructive condition can lead to a weakening and subsequent breaking of bones. 

Even a minor break or fracture can cause significant consequences later on, especially if not treated properly. We have successfully fought for and won significant sums of compensation for clients dealing with breaks and fractures. The money they have received goes a long way in addressing these consequences. 

How Long Do I Have to Pursue Compensation for Broken Bones?

In Florida, there is a statute of limitations of two years for personal injury lawsuits. The same holds true for workers’ comp claims. If a minor is the victim, the statute of limitations may apply for a period of up to seven years. 

How Much Does a Lawyer for Broken Bones Charge?

We charge nothing up front to begin working on your case. We also charge nothing if we don’t win. After a win, we charge a percentage of the compensation payout. This method of billing tends to be the most agreeable to personal injury clients, who are typically in need of substantial resources.

How Long Does It Take to Get Compensated?

The time to resolve personal injury cases based on broken bones varies from case to case. Neufeld, Kleinberg and Pinkiert, PA always seeks to get our clients the money they deserve as quickly as possible. In some cases, you can receive compensation in as little as a couple or a few months. In others, it may take longer. 

Turn to an Experienced Attorney Who Cares

Broken bones are serious injuries that can set you back. Neufeld, Kleinberg and Pinkiert, PA understands your need for compensation. That is why we do everything in our power to get you the payout you deserve in as timely a manner as possible. 

Wherever you are throughout the state of Florida, call for a free consultation to discuss your case with a seasoned personal injury attorney today.

Over 100 Years of Combined Personal Injury Experience in Florida

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