Committed Broken Bones Attorney Representing Multnomah County
Unfortunately, many car accidents, bicycle accidents and pedestrian accidents result in broken bones. Serious fractures are far more likely to result from these types of accidents than other forms of accidents, such as those involving a slip and fall. This is because the forces that act on the body during a car accident are quite extreme.
Litigating All Types of Broken Bones & Fractures from Car Accidents
Many types of fractures can result from a car crash or other form of road accident. Sarah Nelson, P.C. is a Portland personal injury lawyer who handles all types of broken bones and fractures, including those involving:
- Broken legs
- Broken arms
- Broken hands
- Broken wrists
- Fractured clavicle
- Compound fractures
- Simple fractures
- Hairline fractures
- Buckle fractures
- Avulsion fractures
Taking Future Complications into Consideration
Broken bones can pose a serious challenge for personal injury victims, both in terms of the physical recovery and financial compensation that’s required. Since broken bones often require surgery, the healing and rehabilitation time can complicate the recovery process. Even when you think your injuries have healed and that your insurance company’s offer is fair, there may be lingering effects that only show up weeks, months or years down the road, considerations that must be taken into account when settling your claim.