Las Vegas Broken Bone Injury Lawyer

Las Vegas broken bone injury lawyers

At Lerner and Rowe Injury Attorneys, our Las Vegas broken bone injury lawyers specialize in handling cases related to fractures due to negligence

We have a proven record for dedicating our time, resources, and experience to help our clients get compensation for medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other damages related to their accident-related injuries. 

If you or a loved one were hurt in a wreck, you can feel confident that our personal injury team has the experience to negotiate with insurance companies. Should your case go to court, our trial-ready lawyers have the skills to represent you in court. Contact us today to get your free, no obligation consultation to learn how we can help you. 

Broken Bone Injury Accident Types

These injury accidents can cause any of these types of broken bones:

  1. Fracture: a crack or break in a bone
  2. Comminuted fracture: a break into more than two pieces
  3. Compound fracture: a break in the skin and bone
  4. Oblique fracture: a diagonal break across a bone
  5. Transverse fracture: a break perpendicular to the bone’s axis
  6. Greenstick fracture: an incomplete break where one side of the bone bends
  7. Stress fracture: a hairline break caused by repeated stress on a bone
  8. Pathological fracture: a break caused by a disease that weakens the bone

Common Causes of Bone Fractures

In the over 32 years that we’ve been helping injury victims in Las Vegas, we’ve seen and represented all types of bone fracture claims caused by a variety of accidents, including:

  1. Motor vehicle accidents: collisions involving cars, trucks, motorcycles, or bicycles can cause broken bones from the impact of the collision or from being thrown from the vehicle.
  2. Slip and fall accidents: falls from a height, trips and slips on wet or slippery surfaces, or falls down stairs can all result in broken bones.
  3. Dangerous products or conditions: defective products or a dangerous condition on someone else’s property can cause injury accidents.   

What Could I Be Compensated for after a Bone Injury Accident?

Depending on the circumstances of your accident and the severity of your broken bone injury, you may be entitled to receive economic and non-economic compensation for the following types of damages:

  1. Medical expenses: reimbursement for the cost of medical treatments, including hospital stays, surgeries, medications, physical therapy, and rehabilitation.
  2. Lost wages: compensation for income lost due to the injury, including missed work days and reduced earning capacity.
  3. Pain and suffering: compensation for the physical and emotional distress caused by the injury.
  4. Property damage: reimbursement for the cost of repairing or replacing damaged property.
  5. Punitive damages: additional damages awarded in some cases to punish the wrongdoer and deter future similar conduct.
  6. Loss of consortium: compensation for the loss of companionship or support for a spouse or family member as a result of the injury.

Key takeaways: In general, broken bone injury victims who have a personal injury attorney are more likely to receive a higher amount of compensation than those who do not. This is because a highly skilled lawyer will know how to negotiate a settlement out of court or represent the victim in court and argue for a fair outcome.

How to Contact a Las Vegas Broken Bone Injury Lawyer

You can contact our firm for a free consultation around-the-clock. Moreover, because of our “no win, no fee” guarantee, you can rely on our attorneys to exert every effort to secure the greatest settlement available for you.

Schedule a free consultation with a Las Vegas personal injury lawyer from Lerner and Rowe Injury Attorneys 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at 702-877-1500. Our experienced  Las Vegas broken bone accident injury lawyers won’t let the insurance company pressure you into accepting a settlement that’s a fraction of your true costs. Get the settlement you deserve! Let Lerner and Rowe Injury Attorneys fight back on your behalf.