Body and Limb Injury

If you’ve suffered a body or limb injury, there is a good chance that you are entitled to compensation. Because body and limb injuries often impair victims’ ability to work and even care for themselves, these injuries can receive hefty sums as compensation.

Have you suffered a body and/or limb injury?
These injuries can happen in a number of ways, from auto accidents to sports accidents to job site accidents- any situation in which the body or limbs is being struck, twisted, crushed, or wrenched. The symptoms of these injuries can be easy or very difficult to spot:

  • Compound fractures or dislocations
  • Severed limbs or body parts
  • Cracked bones
  • Sprains, strains, or torn muscles
  • Internal muscle or organ damage

What are the results of body and limb injuries?
In nearly all cases, body and limb injuries mean the victim loses some use of their body or limbs, temporarily or permanently. A broken bone can often equal time lost from work and, if the injury is severe enough, a stay in the hospital and a lengthy rehabilitation. A severed limb can result in a loss of work, significant emotional trauma, and months with a physical therapist. Of course, this means massive medical bills and loss of income.

What should you do if you have a body and limb injury?
After first getting primary medical care, contact a legal professional. Many attorneys specialize in obtaining compensation for body and limb injury victims and will give you a free case consultation.

To determine if you are indeed entitled to compensation, answer this questionnaire. What you find out may help you make the right decision when it comes to getting what is rightfully your due and in getting the kind of legal help that you need.

Body and Limb Injury

If you’ve suffered a body or limb injury, there is a good chance that you are entitled to compensation. Because body and limb injuries often impair victims’ ability to work and even care for themselves, these injuries can receive hefty sums as compensation.

Have you suffered a body and/or limb injury?
These injuries can happen in a number of ways, from auto accidents to sports accidents to job site accidents- any situation in which the body or limbs is being struck, twisted, crushed, or wrenched. The symptoms of these injuries can be easy or very difficult to spot:

  • Compound fractures or dislocations
  • Severed limbs or body parts
  • Cracked bones
  • Sprains, strains, or torn muscles
  • Internal muscle or organ damage

What are the results of body and limb injuries?
In nearly all cases, body and limb injuries mean the victim loses some use of their body or limbs, temporarily or permanently. A broken bone can often equal time lost from work and, if the injury is severe enough, a stay in the hospital and a lengthy rehabilitation. A severed limb can result in a loss of work, significant emotional trauma, and months with a physical therapist. Of course, this means massive medical bills and loss of income.

What should you do if you have a body and limb injury?
After first getting primary medical care, contact a legal professional. Many attorneys specialize in obtaining compensation for body and limb injury victims and will give you a free case consultation.

To determine if you are indeed entitled to compensation, answer this questionnaire. What you find out may help you make the right decision when it comes to getting what is rightfully your due and in getting the kind of legal help that you need.

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