Accidents Causing Fractures And Broken Bones Monmouth County Attorney
Causes Of Fractured, Broken Or Crushed Bones
Fractured, broken and crushed bones are among the most common injuries that individuals suffer in motor vehicle crashes. Fractures and broken bones occur when the pressure from the accident exceeds the strength of the bone, and crushed bones are unfortunately common when a body part is trapped between or beneath objects.
Car accident victims offer suffer from broken bones in their arms, wrists and hands, which is often caused by trying to brace themselves before the impact. Individuals who collide with windshields or dashboards during collisions may suffer from broken bones in their faces or necks. When there is extreme force during the accident, individuals may suffer from broken or crushed legs or pelvis bones. Bicyclists and motorcyclists who are injured in accidents often sustain broken arms from trying to brace themselves for the fall, and pedestrians who are hit by cars often suffer from broken knees and broken bones in their backs.
If you were in an accident that caused broken or crushed bones, an experienced Monmouth County lawyer can help ensure you receive the full and fair compensation you need. At the law office of Hobbie, Corrigan & DeCarlo, P.C., we aggressively pursue the settlements our clients deserve. We represent individuals throughout New Jersey who are suffering from fractured, broken or crushed bones caused by:
- Car crashes
- Truck crashes
- Commercial vehicle crashes
- Bicycle crashes
- Bus, train and airplane crashes
- Slip-and-fall accidents
We Represent You On A Contingency Fee Basis. No Lawyers’ Fees If You Don’t Win.
We understand that a serious personal injury puts a major strain on your family’s financial circumstances. We work on a contingency fee basis. You will pay no attorneys’ fees unless we help you recover money damages in a settlement or jury verdict.
If you are interested in learning more about the counsel an experienced team of lawyers can provide, contact us to learn more. We can be reached through an online contact form or by calling 732-380-1515.