Atlanta Bone Fracture Attorneys
Have you recently been in a car accident that left you with a fractured arm or leg? Did a loved one recently suffer a slip or fall that ended in a broken rib or hip? Are you struggling with a break, splinter, or crush injury that was result of another person's negligence? If so, you may be able to take legal action against the at-fault party and collect damages for your pain!
Call the Atlanta accident lawyers at the Grant Law Office at (404) 995-3955 today and learn about your rights from one of our experienced litigators. Depending on the severity of the break, you or a loved one could be facing a lifetime of rehabilitation. But with proper legal representation and a successful claim, you could be compensated for:
- Hospital bills
- Property damage
- Long term therapeutic expenses
- Pain and suffering
- Specialist fees
But don't delay. Just as a broken bone takes time to heal, building a solid Georgia personal injury case requires a great deal of research and investigation. There is evidence to collect, statements to record, and documents to secure - all of which must be done almost immediately after your accident. Failure to do so can lead to a forfeiture of your rights. So don't wait until it is too late - call the Grant Law Office today at (866) 249-5513 or (404) 995-3955 and schedule an appointment to speak with someone from our dependable personal injury team.
Breaking a bone can be as simple as tripping or slipping on an uneven piece of sidewalk. However, in order to make a claim and receive adequate compensation for that slip, trip, or fall, you must be prove that the sidewalk's uneven nature was the direct result of another person's action - or inaction. Usually, this claim is directed at the person, or entity, responsible for keeping the sidewalk safe and even. If they failed in their duty to maintain the sidewalk in such a way that constitutes negligence, they can be held liable for your suffering. Other situations in which you can break a bone include:
- Car Accidents - Drivers that text, drink, or fall asleep while driving can be held accountable for any accidents they cause.
- Premises Liability - Along with sidewalk slip and falls, owners that fail to maintain a safe environment for people on property can be held liable for any injuries sustained.
- Product Liability - What if an item you purchased malfunctioned in such a way to break a bone? You could hold the manufacturer liable for your fracture, along with any other injuries.
- Nursing Home Abuse - Elders in our community are prone to broken bones, simply because of their delicate nature. If a loved one suffers a broken bone while under the care of a reckless nursing facility, said institution should be held accountable for the resulting damages.
Time is of the essence if you wish to make a claim for your broken bone injury. The statute of limitations in Georgia allows for a limited window of legal action, so act now. Call the Grant Law Office today at (866) 249-5513 or (404) 995-3955 and discuss your rights with one of our helpful staff. With our experience and understanding, you have more than a fighting chance at successfully filing your claim and collecting the maximum compensation due.
Contact us today for a free and comprehensive case evaluation.
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