If you have suffered a broken bone or joint injury, your mobility will be limited for weeks or months. When surgery is required to correct the problem, your recovery may be even longer. You may be unable to return to work, care for your family or perform daily tasks by yourself. Individuals who suffer fractures or other orthopedic injuries may be entitled to compensation from the person or parties responsible for their injuries. Subin Associates has been fighting for the rights of personal injury victims since 1954. We have the experience to recover the damages you need to heal from your injury and pay your medical bills.
For a free initial consultation about your orthopedic injuries, call our New York lawyers at 877-265-4065.
A broken bone can take at least three to six months to heal. The older we get, the longer our bones take to heal from a fracture. A child may be healed in two months while an older adult may need medical treatment for a year or more. In severe cases, the broken bones never heal completely, leaving the patient with a lifetime of pain and instability.
Fractures may be classified as stable, displaced, spiral, comminuted, transverse, oblique, open or compound. Depending on the type and severity of the fracture, surgical remedies may be necessary. This can include options such as:
We represent people with fractures of the collarbone, shoulder blade, back or neck vertebrae, forearm, wrist, upper arm, elbow, pelvis, hip, thigh, kneecap and lower leg. Our New York orthopedic injury lawyers will argue for full and fair compensation for your injury and all costs associated with it.
We are available during regular business hours and by appointment evenings and weekends. You can reach us by phone at 877-265-4065 or you can contact our New York City law firm online. We take every personal injury case on a contingency basis, which means that you don’t pay any attorney’s fees unless we recover compensation for you.
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