If you or your loved ones have suffered from broken bones due to an accident caused by no fault of your own, theinsurance company may try to limit or deny your claim, or worse, attempt to shift some of the blame to you. The broken bone attorneys at the Eichholz Law Firm are familiar with the tactics and strategies that insurance companies use to try to limit the compensation paid to accident victims. With the Eichholz Law Firm on your side, you can rest assured that we will take an aggressive stance against insurance companies to pursue the full compensation you, the injured, deserve.

Broken bone injuries can range from hairline fractures to a complete fracture, which is when a bone breaks completely in two or more pieces. After suffering a severe broken bone injury, you may be off your feet for months, sometimes causing you to miss work. Even less serious fractures can create hardships. For example, you may be unable to run household errands due to a bone fracture in your leg.

How Fractures & Broken Bone Accidents Occur

Auto, truck and motorcycle accidents may lead to fractures and broken bones. Other types of personal injury accidents that result in broken bones and fractures include:

The following are types of broken bones or fractures that may occur in Georgia accidents:

  • Complete fracture (the bone breaks completely in two)
  • Incomplete fracture (the bone partially breaks)
  • Compound or open fracture (the bone breaks through the skin)
  • Hairline crack or a simple fracture

At the Eichholz Law Firm, we understand what Georgians go through after breaking a bone. Our compassionate and knowledgeable attorneys are prepared to analyze the medical details of such cases and consult with the appropriate doctors.

Contact a Georgia Personal Injury Attorney

If you suffer a broken bone due to no fault of your own, you deserve experienced representation. Contact a personal injury lawyer at the Eichholz Law Firm today to discuss your legal options. We put our knowledge and resources to work for our clients who have sustained broken bones or other serious injuries.