Suffered Broken Bones?
Talk to Our West Virginia Personal Injury Attorneys
There are many reasons why broken bones occur. When another person’s
negligence causes your broken bones, such as in a car accident, you have
the right to seek relief. If you have been in an accident which caused
broken bones because another caused your accident, you have the right
to retain legal counsel. Our West Virginia car accident lawyers are can
examine the details of the incident and determine how much compensation
you should rightfully receive.
Our lawyers at Berthold Law Firm, PLLC are highly distinguished attorneys
and have been received been lauded as one of the most highly respected
firms in the area. We urge you to call us if you have sustained broken
bones or any injury from your car accident.
Causes of Broken Bones
Whether your broken bone is a simple or compound fracture, these can leave
you sidelined and make it difficult to perform many of life’s daily
functions, let alone return to work. Filing a claim for
personal injury is an appropriate action to take when your broken bones have caused inconvenience
to your life.
Some of the causes of broken bones include:
- Work injuries
- Slip and fall
- Falling from a high distance
- Blunt force trauma to your bones
- Repetitive stress motions
Motor vehicle or
Our West Virginia car accident attorneys can investigate further into the
case to fi8nd out where and how the other party was negligence and caused
your accident. Depending upon your particular circumstances, you may need
compensation for your medical treatments and therapy, as well as pain
and suffering and the wages lost because you were unable to work.
Call Us for a Free Consultation!
Berthold Law Firm, PLLC has helped many clients through the years by offering
sound counsel and exceptional legal representation. Because we have knowledge
of the court system and litigation process, we know the right steps to
take to ensure your claim receives the proper attention it deserves. We
charge no fees until we receive an outcome that is satisfactory to you.
Be sure to give us a call at (304) 605-2040 to
discuss your legal options.