Queens Bone Fracture Injury Lawyers
A bone fracture injury is not a minor injury; it can lead to long-lasting problems and a negative impact on your quality of life. If you suffered broken bones as a result of someone else’s negligence, an experienced Queens bone fracture injury lawyer can help you understand your options.
At Tarshis & Hammerman, we will take the time to understand what caused your injuries and we will advise you of the possible courses of action you can take. We care about your well-being, and we put an emphasis on shouldering your legal burden so you can take the time and energy needed to recover. As experienced attorneys, we know that it is important to help victims obtain compensation for costly medical care and rehabilitation associated with broken bones.
Compassionate People, Firm Advocates in New York City
Whether your bone fracture is the result of an auto accident, pedestrian accident, construction site accident or any type of slip-and-fall accident, we are prepared to investigate the facts of your specific situation and build a strong case for you. We understand that, even with excellent treatment, a bone injury can have lasting effects. You may be facing multiple surgeries, the insertion of screws or plates, and a long period of physical therapy.
Working with orthopedic specialists, we will determine the extent of your damages, including the cost of possible long-term treatment. Our thorough preparation will send a clear message to insurers that we will not settle for anything less than full and fair compensation. If the insurance will not offer such a settlement, then we will aggressively pursue your case through the courts.
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Do not sign any settlement papers before speaking with an experienced New York personal injury lawyer about an injury caused by a slip-and-fall or defective sidewalk. Please call or e-mail us to arrange a free initial consultation to discuss your specific situation.
We handle all personal injury cases on a contingency basis. This means that unless we obtain financial results for you, you pay no attorney’s fee.