Rogersville Broken Bones Lawyer
Orthopedic Injury And Bone Fractures Can Be Disabling
It can be extremely difficult to overcome an injury when bone fractures or multiple bone breaks are involved. Injury victims may face multiple surgeries and months of physical therapy.
Many will never be able to do the things they once enjoyed after a serious personal injury. Many more will face the long-term consequences of an injury, like arthritis that develops years after a broken bone.
A Civil Trial Specialist Serving Clients Throughout Tennessee
At the Stapleton Law Office, we understand that this type of pain is exhausting — so exhausting, in fact, that it often creates more problems. People with painful personal injuries often fight with their spouses and can face trouble at work.
If you have been the victim of a broken bone or another type of orthopedic injury, there is hope. Stapleton Law Office is dedicated to securing your future. We use exceptionally thorough preparation to develop winning case strategies. We believe that our clients deserve to have their cases treated with respect and professionalism while at the same time working with a vigorous attorney.
Our law firm has successfully handled and tried cases ranging from simple car and truck accidents to complex wrongful death and defective machinery cases. We have secured seven-figure jury verdicts and settlements for our clients, and we continue to pursue these settlements with each case we take on.
Regardless of the type of broken bones you have, we can help:
- Broken arms
- Dislocated shoulders
- Broken collarbones
- Injuries to knees and lower extremities
- Injuries to arms, elbows and wrists
- Broken vertebrae
Different types of car and tractor-trailer accidents can cause different types of orthopedic injuries. For example, a T-bone accident often injures the shoulder, collarbone or ribs. A head-on collision often causes injuries to the legs, knees and ankles and can cause closed-head injuries. And rear-end collisions often cause whiplash and other injuries to the shoulder and neck.
By conducting a thorough investigation of your injuries and of the accident scene, we can often tell exactly what happened and how. We partner with accident reconstructionists, engineers and other highly regarded specialists to learn about your case. This in-depth approach helps us present your case in an effective way at trial.