Alachua County Broken Bones Accident
Hip and leg injuries often occur in more serious accidents. The most common physicians dealing with these injuries are orthopedic surgeons. Hip and leg injuries can also lead to low back problems. It is extremely important to conduct overall assessments and think long term when evaluating these injuries. Recently, we have had cases where experts have testified about the need for future hip or knee replacements, which can greatly enhance the value of these cases. Custom medical illustrations can also be used to explain the nature and function of the damaged body parts. We have had excellent results settling these cases but only after extended litigation. Insurance companies must be forced to pay top dollar for a given injury.
When a bone breaks, your life is changed. Surgeries may repair the damage, but there are often long-term consequences. At Fine, Farkash & Parlapiano, P.A., in Gainesville, Florida, we are sensitive to the needs of our clients who suffer from broken bones or other orthopedic injuries following an accident.
If you have suffered broken bones due to the inattentiveness or negligence of an individual or company, you need the type of aggressive representation that we provide. Contact us at 352-562-7809.
Holding Negligent Parties Responsible
While you attend to your medical needs, we will diligently build your personal injury case. The negligent must be held accountable if you suffered broken bones in any of the following types of accidents:
The Severity Of Injuries Involving Broken Bones
A cast on your leg. Plates and screws in your arm. An inability to walk following a hip or pelvis break. An injury involving a broken bone is anything but minor and often requires extensive physical rehabilitation. Your personal life may be limited and your professional life severely challenged.
The Need For Compensation And Justice
The damage you suffered deserves compensation. An experienced personal injury attorney at the Alachua County law firm of Fine, Farkash & Parlapiano, P.A., can help. The old adage “a picture is worth a thousand words” holds true. We not only use the expertise of medical professionals, but also the talents of custom medical illustrators to highlight effectively the specific injuries that you suffered.
The Need For Experts
To present your case most effectively to a jury, expert witnesses are needed. Even if your case settles without the need for a trial, preparing your case as if you were going to trial leads to the best results. We will evaluate your case and retain experts when necessary in fields such as:
- Pain management physicians
- Orthopedic surgeons
- Physical and occupational therapists
- Massage therapists, LMT
- Vocational experts
- Accident reconstructionists
For more information or to schedule an appointment with an experienced lawyer regarding a knee injury or bone fracture suffered in an accident, please contact us.