Maximize Compensation After A Broken Bone Injury

A broken bone may seem like a relatively minor injury after a car, truck or slip-and-fall accident, especially when you are grateful to have survived a crash. There is often hope for a full recovery after you break a bone.

However, even a "simple" broken bone can take you out of commission for weeks or months. You may require surgery and a costly hospitalization. Weeks of using a cane, crutches or a wheelchair can be a difficult hurdle to overcome. Pain control and physical therapy bring additional challenges. In some cases, even after your bone has healed, you may still suffer from lingering chronic pain with no end in sight.

Take The Time Necessary To Grasp The Full Impact Of Your Orthopedic Injury

For all these reasons, a long-term prognosis can take time. With the help of a skillful orthopedic surgeon, your bone may heal before long, but you may not know for many months whether you will recover completely or struggle with ongoing complications.

Beware of accepting a premature settlement after an accidental injury. Unexpected long-term repercussions such as Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) could complicate your recovery. Your injuries and losses may end up being much greater than you expect.

Protect your legal rights after you have suffered a broken bone injury by consulting early and often with an experienced personal injury lawyer. If we represent you at Cohen, Snyder, Eisenberg & Katzenberg, P.A., we will do so on a contingency basis. You will not owe attorneys' fees until we recover compensation for you.

Whether your bone broke yesterday or several weeks or months ago, we urge you to get legal counsel as soon as you can. There are ways to maximize your chances of recovering the compensation you need after you have broken an arm, leg, shoulder bone, collarbone, foot, hand, elbow or knee. Cohen, Snyder, Eisenberg & Katzenberg, P.A., can advise and assist you throughout the process of preparing an injury claim or lawsuit.

After A Motor Vehicle Accident Or Slip-And-Fall Accident Has Caused A Broken Bone, Schedule A Free Consultation

Initial consultations at our firm are free. We are prepared to offer you personalized counsel for a broken bone injury. Lawyers at Cohen, Snyder, Eisenberg & Katzenberg, P.A., will take the unique facts of your case into account when making recommendations. Our firm has years of experience helping people maximize recovery after suffering accidental injuries.

Call us at any hour, on any day of the week at 443-529-0795 (410-332-0045 on nights or weekends) to begin the dialogue. You may also send an email inquiry for a prompt response. We welcome your visit in Baltimore or at one of our other law offices throughout Maryland. If you are unable to travel because of your injuries, let us know and we can visit you at your home or hospital.