Insurance companies often like to make a quick settlement — especially when the injury may turn out to be more serious than originally thought. Do not make the mistake of accepting a settlement until you know the extent of your broken bone injury and the long term impact of your injury.
- Representing the injured client: At Stambaugh Law P.C., we have handled many broken bone injury claims. We understand the complications that can arise, and so we are not in a hurry to settle the claim. Our concern is for you and your health — not for a quick settlement. We will handle all insurance negotiations and file a lawsuit if necessary.
- Understanding the medical issues: A broken bone can result in a shortened leg or less mobility in an arm. A broken bone may require surgery and the use of pins or metal plates. Will you be able to enjoy the same activities after your broken bones have healed? It takes considerable force or trauma to break a bone. Was there nerve damage or scarring? It is important to resolve the medical questions before resolving financial settlements.
- Investigating the event: As soon as you tell us about your incident, we will begin an investigation. By establishing what happened, preserving the evidence and knowing the liable parties, we can protect your rights.
If your broken bone injury was caused by someone else’s negligence, you need a personal injury lawyer who has experience investigating events and establishing all possible liabilities. Our law firm has that experience in a variety of circumstances, including:
At Stambaugh Law P.C., every client receives one-on-one, personal attention from Attorney Stambaugh. Our clients never have to worry about being passed off to someone else. Located at 2121 South Queen Street at the intersection of South Queen Street and I-83, Stambaugh Law, P.C. offers ample, safe, free and on-site handicapped-accessible parking. Contact Stambaugh Law, P.C. for a free consultation to discuss your broken bone injury.CONTACT US FOR A FREE CONSULTATION →