We pride ourselves on taking care of our clients. Many injury victims have told us how much better they felt from the moment they walked in the door. But many can’t walk through our door, and some can’t walk at all.
If you’re reading this, you have likely suffered a pelvic fracture, or another injury that has inhibited your movement—and you’re wondering how to get legal advice when it’s a struggle just to stand.
We want you to know that you can still get justice and fair compensation in your case. All it takes is the help of a great attorney. Your car crash settlement could get you the payment you need for your:
- Surgery costs. A pelvic break is unlike a fracture to the extremities in that it cannot simply be put in a cast. In many cases, a surgeon must reconstruct the pelvis using pins and screws—and if the surgery is not successful, a future procedure may be necessary.
- Rehabilitation. Many pelvic-break patients will have to undergo external fixation, or the process of installing pins and screws into the pelvis that are then clamped to a frame on the outside of the body. While this stabilizes the fracture, the victim will have to remain immobile for several weeks.
- Loss of income. If you are rendered immobile by your injury, you can hardly return to work. Many victims are forced to rely on their savings or financial help from their families during treatment—especially if their insurance provider denies their coverage.
- Loss of future mobility. Even after your injury has healed, you may not be able to perform the same activities you did before the accident. You may suffer a reduced range of motion or impaired walking abilities that greatly affect your quality of life (or your ability to earn a living).
Our attorneys can get you back on the road to recovery—and if you like, we can even come to you to get started.
To find out what we can do for you, call us today at 877-724-7800 to start your FREE consultation, or fill out the contact form above. To read more helpful hints on your case, download a FREE copy of our special report, The Insider’s Guide to Winning Your Texas Car Accident Case.