Representing Crush Injury And Broken Bone Victims Throughout The Phoenix Area

Broken bones and crush injuries have the potential to be extremely debilitating. While many broken bone injuries heal completely, many others leave victims with permanent damage that requires a lifetime of care. In cases where these injuries come about because of another party's negligence, victims are entitled to seek compensation for their losses.

Insurance companies try everything to settle these cases for as little as possible, and they will consider it a victory if they are able to avoid paying the complete value of the claim. Be sure you have an attorney who will fight even harder to see that your interests are protected. At the law firm of Adelman German, PLC, in Scottsdale, Arizona, we have extensive experience resolving a variety of catastrophic injury claims, including crush injuries and broken bones for clients throughout the Phoenix area.

Presenting The Strongest Possible Case On Your Behalf

Broken bones and, to a larger extent, crush injuries can impact victims in many ways. Often the full extent of the impact may not be known right away. We take the time to gain a complete understanding of how your injury will impact you over the short and long term. Important factors include the care you will need, whether the injury caused chronic pain, whether you have lost partial or complete use of the injured body part and whether the injury will cause long-term disability.

We work with an experienced group of experts who can help us get the answers we need in order to determine the type and level of compensation that will be necessary for you to recover and move on with your life. Only then will we initiate settlement discussions. If a fair settlement cannot be negotiated, we will take your case to court and fight for your interests there.

Discuss Your Case With An Experienced Broken Bone And Crush Injury Attorney

Contact our office in Scottsdale to schedule a free initial consultation with a lawyer. We will provide an honest assessment of your case and explain what we can do to help you. Please call 480-478-1185 or contact us via email to arrange an appointment.