Sprains, Strains and Broken Bones
Northern Ohio Attorney Representing Car Accident Victims with Serious Injuries
A broken bone is more than a simple inconvenience for most people. Chronic pain, the inability to complete tasks at work and permanent partial disability are common lasting effects of sprains, strains and broken bones resulting from a car accident or workplace accident.
At the law office of Murray & Murray Co., L.P.A. in Sandusky, Ohio, our clients with broken bones were often injured in auto accidents or in slip and fall accidents. We represent clients who have suffered broken bones through no fault of their own: simple fractures, impacted fractures, spiral fractures, compression fractures and crush injuries.
Herniated Disks, Soft-Tissue Injury
Our primary practice is devoted to representing plaintiffs in personal injury cases. We do not shy away from cases that other law firms consider "minor:" soft-tissue injury, herniated disks. We know from experience that these types of injuries can be very debilitating and clients' financial needs may be great, especially if they are unable to work, either temporarily or permanently. Ongoing treatment and therapy can be time-consuming, expensive and slow-going.
Time to heal
It is important for a car accident victim with a broken bone, strain or sprain to be allowed the necessary time to heal and relearn normal activities that have been made more difficult because of the bone fracture, strain or sprain. Insisting on the patient's right to time off work to heal is an example of the type of argument we regularly make before insurance claims adjusters, judges and juries.
The lawyers at Murray & Murray Co., L.P.A., represent accident victims with all types of injuries, including broken bones and torn ligaments or tendons. Contact our law offices to schedule a consultation after a car accident. We are prepared to explore any and all available sources of compensation for you after a whiplash injury or any accident resulting in a bone fracture. You may be entitled to payments if your impairment is expected to keep you from working for 12 months or more.