It was quickly apparent that something was very wrong. The pain may have been evident from the first time that you tried to move your arm, your leg, or your torso at the truck accident scene. After getting medical treatment, you learned that you fractured one or more bones and about the medical treatment that you would need. Now it is also time to learn about your legal and financial recovery following a truck accident.
Any Bone Can Break in a Truck Crash
The specific broken bone that you suffer depends on numerous factors including the angle of impact, the speed of the truck and your vehicle at the time of the collision, and other factors. Some of the specific types of truck accident broken bone injuries include:
- Hands or fingers.
- Feet or toes.
Your medical treatment will depend on the bone that broke and the extent of the break. You may require:
- Pain medication.
- Immobilization or casting.
- Physical therapy.
Hospitalizations and ongoing medical appointments may also be necessary.
It Is Time to Call a Truck Accident Lawyer
Your broken bone injury has already cost you enough pain and suffering. If you fail to take action now, then you will also be left with the entire financial bill for the truck accident injury that was caused by someone else.
Don’t let this happen to you. Instead, contact an experienced truck injury attorney today. Your lawyer can:
- Determine who was at fault for your accident.
- Gather the evidence to present to the insurance company or the court.
- Make sure that all deadlines are met and that your legal recovery is protected.
- Help you understand what your case is worth and identify any fair settlements that are offered.
- Fight for your just recovery in court.
Your journey toward a fair recovery starts with a free consultation. Please contact us online or call us directly at 800.800.5678 to schedule your initial meeting about your rights and your recovery after a truck accident injury.