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Augusta, Georgia Broken/Fractured Bone Injury Lawyer

At Nicholson Revell Personal Injury Attorneys, our attorneys believe in holding people accountable for the injuries and financial damages they cause. If someone carelessly, recklessly, or intentionally gave you a broken bone in Georgia, contact our local personal injury lawyers in Augusta for a free legal consultation. We can help you hold someone financially responsible for your losses.

Why Choose Us

  • We truly care about our clients and the impact that serious injuries have on their lives. Our attorneys will work hard to pursue the compensation you deserve.
  • Our lawyers aren’t afraid to go up against any defendant in a bone fracture case. We have experienced trial attorneys who can go to court on your behalf, if necessary.
  • We believe in helping those who cannot help themselves. This is why we offer free consultations, so we can answer legal questions for victims at no cost.

Common Causes of Broken/Fractured Bones

A broken or fractured bone is a bone that cracks or breaks under the pressure exerted upon it. A broken bone is a painful injury that can be temporarily or permanently debilitating. While most broken bones will fully heal over several weeks, some cause permanent damage to surrounding nerves and tendons.

Broken bones are some of the most common injuries claimed in personal injury law. They can occur in accidents such as:

  • Motor vehicle collisions
  • Motorcycle accidents
  • Bicycle accidents
  • Pedestrian-vehicle accidents
  • Slip, trip, and fall accidents
  • Workplace accidents
  • Repetitive motion
  • Nursing home abuse or neglect
  • Physical assault
  • Sports incidents
  • Defective products

These are all accident types we handle at Nicholson Revell Personal Injury Attorneys. Our skilled Augusta accident lawyers have more than 100 years of combined experience among them. Our attorneys are skilled at handling complex cases such as trucking accident claims. We have the knowledge, skills, and capabilities you need to pursue financial compensation for a broken bone injury, no matter what type of accident caused your injury.

Elements of a Broken Bone Injury Claim

Before you can hold someone else responsible for your broken bone injury in Georgia, you or your lawyer will need to prove that someone else (an individual or entity) was negligent and that this is what caused your injury. Negligence consists of four key elements:

  1. Duty. A legal obligation to exercise a reasonable degree of care.
  2. Breach of duty. A failure to meet or fulfill the expected duty of care.
  3. Causation. A connection between the breach of duty and the accident or injury in question.
  4. Damages. Compensable losses suffered because of the defendant’s breach of duty of care.

If your lawyer can prove that you have grounds to hold someone responsible for your bone fracture injury in Georgia, that person will have to pay for your losses through his or her insurance. Compensation for a broken bone injury claim can include payments for past and future medical bills, lost wages, pain, and suffering, and legal fees.

When to Hire a Broken Bone Injury Lawyer

Even if you can establish the grounds of your broken bone injury case on your own, you may need an attorney to help you negotiate a fair settlement amount with an insurance company. Insurance companies use many tactics to save money on payouts and convince claimants to settle for as little compensation as possible. An attorney can negotiate with the claims adjuster on your behalf to ensure a fair outcome that fully compensates you for both existing losses and future needs.

Speak to a Broken/Fractured Bone Injury Lawyer in Augusta, Georgia Today

If you recently suffered a broken bone injury in any type of accident or incident in Augusta, Georgia, our local lawyers at Nicholson Revell Personal Injury Attorneys can help. Our attorneys are passionate about what we do and will work hard to accomplish the results you require to move forward. Learn more about your case and how we can help today. Call (706) 722-8784 or contact us online to request a free initial consultation.