You can take action after an accident that changed your life. If you experienced a broken bone in an auto accident caused by someone else’s negligence or careless actions, you may be able to hold that person or business accountable for your suffering. At Suzuki Law Offices, this is our goal: to help victims of avoidable accidents seek and obtain compensation for their injuries.
This includes financial compensation for:
- Doctors’ visits
- Physical therapy
- And more
Our Phoenix car accident lawyers represent people throughout Arizona in personal injury lawsuits. We have the capacity to handle even the most serious and complex cases, including those that involve devastating bone fractures. When we take your case, we speak with you and your family about the events that occurred. We can make sense of any paperwork that you may have received, including medical bills, incident reports, and insurance claims.
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Ongoing Expenses Caused by Bone Fractures
As they age, people who have broken bones are more likely to develop arthritis in the injured limb. They are also more prone to re-injury. You need a lawyer who takes the full situation into account, and who can negotiate properly with the insurance companies involved. You need someone who can take the weight of legal action off your shoulders, someone who can handle the stressful aspects of your case so that you can focus on what really matters: getting your health and your life back on track. At Suzuki Law Offices, this is what we’re here for.
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Talk With Our Accident Lawyers First: Not the Insurance Company
We urge our clients not to deal with insurance companies until they speak with us. Often, insurance companies try to get you to settle for much less than your claim is worth. You may be surprised how much a broken bone or fracture will impact you over a lifetime, and you deserve compensation for every ramification of your accident, not just your current medical bills.