Broken Bones / Internal Injury
Georgia lawyers ready to fight for your rights
When an accident victim settles too quickly with the insurance companies, he or she may not be getting full compensation for a broken bone or internal injury. Call 1-800-898-HAYS today and rely on our experienced attorneys to build the strongest possible case for you.
The effects of a broken bone can linger for a long time, particularly if the injury involves a small bone in the hand or foot. Internal injuries or soft tissue injuries stemming from a car accident or fall from a defective ladder may not be realized until weeks or months later.
It is critical to understand that it takes time to determine the extent of an injury, no matter how minor or non-life-threatening. Avoid a quick settlement with the insurance company. They will base their initial offer on formulas that have nothing to do with the full scope of your broken bone or internal injury.
We work with physicians to determine the prognosis for medical recovery so that we can fight the insurance companies for your monetary recovery. Together with your orthopedic physician and our own medical experts, we determine the current and future medical costs associated with your injury.
Types of broken bone and internal injuries
Our attorneys have experience with all manner of broken bone and internal injuries, including, but not limited to:
- Knee injury
- Shoulder injury
- Broken hip
- Broken jaw
- Broken arms
- Broken legs
- Compound & stress fractures
- Back and neck injury
- Torn cartilage
- Torn tendons
- Organ damage
- Internal bleeding
- Whiplash and soft tissue damage
An experienced, aggressive lawyer is prepared to help accident victims who suffer broken bones or internal injury.
At Gary Martin Hays & Associates, we recognize how difficult it can be to recover from serious injuries. Simplify the process. Contact us today. From the insurance forms to the medical bills, our experienced staff can help you sort through the red tape and paperwork. Call 1-800-898-HAYS. There is no fee for your initial consultation. Now is the time to act.