Severe facial and dental injuries can result from a trip or fall

You ask an important question, because it is essential for you to know what to do if you suffer an injury such as a:

  • Broken nose.
  • Broken jaw.
  • Broken cheekbone.
  • Broken tooth (or teeth).
  • Dislocated jaw.

Treatment for these injuries will depend on the extent of your injury, your age, and your overall health. Facial and dental injuries can be serious consequences of slip and fall accidents. Your injury may be painful, your treatment may be extensive, and your financial losses may be substantial.

Get the Medical and Legal Advice You Deserve

It is important to see a doctor, dentist, or endodontist as soon as possible so that you can manage your pain, prevent your injury from worsening, and get the treatment that you need to get better.

However, that’s not the only step that you should take. While your medical or dental team works on your physical recovery, you will also need to take charge of your financial recovery. In order to protect your financial recovery, you should speak with a slip and fall lawyer as soon as possible after your fall accident. An attorney can:

  • Help you determine if you have a case by reviewing the facts about your fall.
  • Gather and preserve the evidence surrounding your accident.
  • Value your damages and advocate for your full and fair recovery in an insurance settlement or in a court of law.

If you have suffered a facial or dental injury then you may have significant…

  • Medical expenses.
  • Lost income.
  • Out-of-pocket costs.
  • Physical pain and emotional suffering.

Your attorney can help you get the fair recovery that you deserve if you’ve suffered any of these damages due to the negligence of a property owner or manager. For more information about your rights, please start a live chat with us now to schedule your own free, no-obligation consultation.

Jason F. Abraham
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Helping car accident and personal injury victims throughout Wisconsin, Illinois and Iowa since 1993.