Broken bones are one of the most common results of car accidents, slip-and-falls, construction site accidents and a variety of other unfortunate events. While some types of fractures may indeed heal with a cast and enough time, other fractures are very complex and require surgeries, therapy sessions and other treatments.
At the Chicago law firm of Strom & Associates, many of our clients come to us after sustaining femur fractures, broken collar bones, spinal fractures and other serious injuries due to the negligent and reckless actions of others. With decades of experience, our Chicago lawyers understand the impact a severe fracture can have on a person’s life. That is why we work so hard to secure full and fair compensation for our clients.
Some accidents result in what is called a clean break or a simple fracture. These are the types that often heal with casts and time. But frequently, auto accidents and other events lead to complex fractures, for which the healing process is more involved. Our attorneys have handled cases involving:
We have represented a number of clients over the years whose broken bones lead to additional health problems. Some of these include damage to blood vessels or nerves, osteoarthritis and malunion (where the bone heals incorrectly).
If you sustained a fracture or any other injury in an accident that was caused by another person, you deserve to be compensated for your medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering. The team at Strom & Associates is dedicated to your cause and will work diligently to achieve a positive outcome in your injury case.
From our office in Chicago, we serve clients throughout Illinois, Northwest Indiana and Southern Wisconsin. We handle all personal injury claims on a contingency fee basis, so you pay no fees to us unless we recover compensation for you. To schedule a free consultation with a lawyer at our firm, call 312-423-1571 or toll free at 866-371-7511. You may also contact us by email.
If you, or a loved one, have been injured at work or in an accident, contact our office today at (312) 609-0400 to schedule a free consultation.
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