If you have suffered broken bones in an accident in Illinois that was caused by the negligence of another, a Chicago personal injury attorney can advise you on pursuing a personal injury claim.Broken bones, or fractures, can sometimes result in more complicated injuries. The healing process will depend on certain factors such as the force of the break and the strength of the bone. Sometimes, bones take a long time to heal. This is known as delayed union. In some circumstances, a bone may never properly heal, which is called nonunion. This presents a new set of challenges for the injured party, including additional treatment for complications.When multiple broken bones occur, such as to the shoulder, arm, legs or feet, this can make the recovery time prolonged. Because you will need to take time off from work, you may be able to recover damages for lost wages.Additionally, you may be eligible for compensation for your medical bills, therapy and rehabilitation. A Chicago personal injury attorney will work hard to compile the necessary evidence to prove your case.Consulting with a Chicago personal injury attorney should be your next step if you have suffered broken bones and fractures in an Illinois accident. An attorney will guide you in the filing of your Illinois personal injury claim.
When to Hire a Chicago Personal Injury AttorneyA Chicago personal injury attorney at the Law Offices of Barry G. Doyle, P.C. has dealt with similar cases to yours and knows the best course of action for your claim. To improve your chances at a fair settlement and take the burden out of all the paperwork involved in an Illinois personal injury claim, contact us today for a free case evaluation – 312-263-1080.