Broken Bones Attorney
Bone fractures can be very painful and are often debilitating. A broken bone suffered in an accident can sideline you for weeks or longer, making it difficult to work and spend time with your family. Fractures can even leave victims with lifelong impairments.
If your bone fracture was caused by someone else’s negligence in Georgia or Tennessee, turn to Davis Firm, LLC for help.
Attorney Scott N. Davis is committed to aggressively pursuing fair compensation and justice for those who have been harmed by someone else’s careless actions. The accident shouldn’t have happened, and he believes that you should not have to pay for someone else’s carelessness.
Individuals can suffer a broken bone in almost any part of their body, from the arms and legs to the pelvis, ribs, or skull. Depending on the severity of the fracture and the location of the bone, treatment and recovery will differ. If your medical expenses are piling up and you are unable to work, turn to an experienced attorney who knows how to hold the responsible party accountable for their actions.
Why do so many people turn to Davis Firm, LLC when they’ve been hurt? It’s because we get results, and we do it the right way. As a former Judge Advocate in the U.S. Air Force, Attorney Davis remains committed to his core values of service, integrity, and respect. As a former insurance defense lawyer, he has the in-depth knowledge of the industry that you need on your side.
If you’ve suffered broken bones as a result of an accident that wasn’t your fault, an experienced Chattanooga injury attorney at Davis Firm, LLC can help you seek compensation and justice. Schedule a free consultation with us by calling us or reaching out to us online.
How Our Chattanooga Broken Bone Lawyers Can Fight for You
At Davis Firm, LLC, we understand that each bone fracture case is different, so we give our clients the individualized attention that they deserve. When you’ve been hurt in an accident, the clock immediately starts ticking on your case. We will immediately begin an investigation into the cause of the accident and will collect and preserve evidence that supports your personal injury claim.
It may also be necessary to consult with experts to reconstruct the accident and demonstrate how your injuries occurred. A medical expert may also need to explain to the insurance company or a judge and jury how your bone fracture injury has impacted your life and your livelihood.
Because Attorney Davis worked as an insurance defense litigator for 15 years, he knows the tactics that insurance companies may use to delay your case, shift blame onto you, and work to minimize your payout or deny your claim altogether. With his extensive experience and perspective from the other side, he can craft a legal strategy that will counter these tactics and go after the maximum compensation possible.
Compensation for Broken Bone Injuries in Serious Accidents
If you’ve been hurt in an accident in Tennessee or Georgia, the person who caused the accident should be held accountable for the harm they’ve caused. They owe you full and fair compensation for the harm you’ve suffered, especially in the case of broken or fractured bones.
This compensation should be enough to cover your medical bills and any physical therapy and other treatments that your doctor recommends. Compensation should also include expenses for counseling, including pain and suffering, anxiety, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder. These emotional and mental consequences are a common result of serious personal injury accidents and should be taken into account.
You may also be entitled to compensation for time away from work, even if you were able to take paid sick leave. Pain and suffering damages are another important component of compensation for broken bones suffered in an accident.
The costs associated with treating bone fractures can be significant, especially if you’re unable to work because of your injuries. That’s why it is crucial to hire an experienced attorney to fight for you.
Common Broken Bone Injury Cases Our Firm Handles
Davis Firm, LLC represents individuals who suffered broken bone injuries in accidents including:
We have seen the various types of fractures that can occur, and we’re prepared to help you if you suffered an injury such as a:
- Simple fracture
- Open fracture
- Closed fracture
- Compound fracture
- Displaced fracture
- Impacted fracture
- Comminuted fracture
- Transverse fracture
- Greenstick fracture
- Linear fracture
- Spiral fracture
- Oblique fracture
Bone fractures are painful, can take a long time to heal, and are prone to re-injury. Be sure to seek medical treatment as soon as possible if you believe that you’ve suffered a fracture in an accident.
Treatment for Fractures and Broken Bones
The first thing that your doctor will likely do if they suspect that you’ve suffered a broken or fractured bone is to perform an x-ray, CT scan, or MRI. This will help them identify the location and severity of the broken bone.
Because a broken bone can knit itself back together, your doctor’s focus will be on lining up the bones to promote proper healing. Depending on the location and severity of the injury, treatment will often include:
- Splints – To prevent movement of the limb
- Braces – To support the bone while it is healing
- Casts – To immobilize the bone and provide support
- Traction – For more severe injuries, to prevent movement and provide support
- Metal plates or rods – A surgical procedure to help assist with the repair and healing of the bone
Contact Our Chattanooga Broken Bone Lawyers Today
If you’ve suffered a broken bone or other injuries such as fractured sternum, brain injury and spine injury as a result of someone else’s negligence, contact Davis Firm, LLC for help. Attorney Scott N. Davis represents injured people across Georgia and Tennessee. He is ready to process your personal injury claim and put his experience to work for you.
You shouldn’t have to pay out of pocket for an accident that was not your fault. Let our personal injury attorneys aggressively pursue compensation from those responsible and seek the justice you are owed. Our consultations are free, and we won’t charge you anything unless and until we win your case.
Contact us by phone or online to speak to a knowledgeable member of our team today.