If you or someone you love was the victim of an accident that led to a broken bone injury, you might be eligible to receive compensation for your pain and suffering. Many people think only of arms and legs when they think of broken bones. Depending on where the body was injured, a broken bone injury might also occur in the:
You can hire a Jefferson Parish broken bones lawyer to take your case on and help you pursue compensation. Call our law firm and speak with a representative about what caused your bone injury. You may also discuss the medical bills and other injury-related expenses you had to pay or are currently facing. If someone else was responsible for the accident that led to your injuries, our team may help you fight to hold them liable for your damages.
Find out how you can pursue compensation from the at-fault party or their insurance provider by calling the personal injury team at Laborde Earles Injury Lawyers at
You Might Be Able to Recoup the Cost of Treating Your Broken Bones
Medical care for broken bones can add up fast. According to the Mayo Clinic, a broken bone injury might require the following diagnostic procedures, tests, and treatment:
- Physical exams
- Emergency room care
- X-rays, CT scans, and MRIs
- Bone-setting, splinting, and casting
- Readjusting bones to their natural and correct setting
- Complete immobilization
- Over-the-counter and prescription medications
- Physical therapy
The treatments you require might vary according to the severity of your injury and the type of fracture you endured. Because a broken bone can happen in a myriad of ways, you might also sustain different types of fractures, each of which might require different yet costly treatments. Broken bones might involve:
- Compound fractures: The broken bone pierces the skin.
- Closed fractures: The bone is broken with the skin intact.
- Complete fractures: The bone snaps into multiple parts.
- Displaced fractures: Bone fragments are not aligned properly.
- Greenstick fractures: The bone cracks, but it does not fully separate.
Your health care team can help you understand the type of fracture you have and what kind of treatments you need to heal completely. Our team may help you understand what types of compensation you might be entitled to collect, and we may help you calculate your total losses.
You May Recover Other Costs Related to Your Broken Bones
The cost of treating broken bones can extend beyond medical care and might include additional expenses for casts, crutches, canes, wheelchairs, and a variety of other assistive medical devices.
If your broken bones prevent you from working or caring for yourself, they might lead to financial damages. These damages may include:
- Current and future loss of earnings
- In-home medical care and assistance
- In-home domestic care and assistance
- Childcare services
You may also be compensated for non-economic damages, which are losses that do not have a financial value. They may be related to physical and emotional losses, such as:
- Pain and suffering
- Mental and emotional stress and anxiety
- Physical disability or disfigurement
A Jefferson Parish broken bones lawyer may request your medical records to assess the cost of your treatments. They may help you value your damages before pursuing compensation on your behalf. To get started on your case, you can contact the legal team at Laborde Earles Injury Lawyers by calling
For a free legal consultation with a broken bones lawyer serving Jefferson Parish, call (337) 777-7777
Our Team Can Manage Your Case and File It on Time
Talk to your legal team about the accident or incident that caused your bone to break. If negligence played a part in causing your injury, you might be entitled to receive compensation. According to MedlinePlus, bone fractures may occur as a result of:
- Physical trauma
- Motor vehicle accidents
- Direct blows
- Physical abuse
- Physical assault
Our team might be able to compile evidence to prove the cause, cost, and effect of your injury. If your injury was caused by someone else’s negligence, we may form arguments to explain why that party should be held liable for your damages. We also make sure your case is filed in time to comply with the statute of limitations for personal injury lawsuits.
Generally, the Louisiana Civil Code (CC) § 3492 requires you to file your lawsuit within one year of the date you were injured. Our team members may use police and incident reports and your medical records to establish the applicable date and ensure you do not run out of time to seek financial recovery.
We May Launch an Investigation for Your Case
While you concentrate on healing, we might focus on investigating the cause of your injury to retrieve supporting evidence. If there is a police report on the accident that led to your injuries, we might ask you for a copy. The police report might contain information we can use to prove the validity of your case. Our investigative team might also:
- Obtain incident reports if no police report is available
- Take or obtain photos of the place where you were injured
- Locate and interview witnesses who saw the accident take place
- Scrutinize your medical records for relevant information
We may also speak with the at-fault party or their insurance provider. We can keep you informed on the progress of your case and any settlement offers you receive.
Jefferson Parish Broken Bones Lawyer Near Me (337) 777-7777
Let Laborde Earles Injury Lawyer Help You Fight for Compensation
Broken bones can be painful and can prevent you from doing your job or taking care of yourself or your family. If another person is responsible for your current medical condition, you might be able to receive financial compensation to cover the cost of your treatments.
A Jefferson Parish broken bones lawyer can help you pursue the compensation you need to pay your medical bills and recover lost income, among other damages. Contact the client intake team at Laborde Earles Injury Lawyers today by calling