Allentown Broken Bones Attorney
Put Decades of Experience in Your Corner!
Broken bones are a relatively common injury, and the average person can expect to have two fractured bones in his or her lifetime. They may be caused by falls, auto accidents, assaults, playing sports, or even something as simple as stubbing one’s toe while walking. When serious injuries occur and bones are fractured or broken, it is important to make sure you have the money you need for medical bills and to cover lost earnings while you are out of work. Knafo Law Offices can help.
An Allentown injury lawyer at our firm can offer knowledgeable guidance, compassionate support, and skilled representation in an insurance claim or lawsuit involving broken bones or other injuries. We have been helping Pennsylvania residents since 1982 and have represented thousands of injured people in the past decades. Our services are all aimed toward helping the injured face better futures.
For a free consultation regarding your case, call Knafo Law Offices at (610) 756-1098.
Liability for Broken Bone Injury Claims
Broken bones may have various causes, so who can be held liable (legally responsible) for your injuries? The answer to this question will depend on the circumstances surrounding your accident, so we will need to complete an investigation into the matter. Our team often works with private investigators, accident reconstruction professionals, expert witnesses, and others to carefully analyze and present evidence that assigns liability to the appropriate individual or company.
The following are several examples of potential liability in broken bone injury claims:
- A drunk driver who causes a motorcycle accident.
- A driver who is texting and strikes a pedestrian in a crosswalk.
- A truck driver who is overtired and causes a multi-vehicle collision.
- The manufacturer of a tire that blows out on the road and causes an accident.
- The owner of a retail store that fails to clean up a spill on the floor, causing a customer to slip and fall.
- The owner of an office building that fails to repair faulty stairs, causing a serious fall.
- The owner of a dog that knocks someone to the ground.
Record-Setting $15.2 Million Wrongful Death
Wrongful death case ended in a verdict of over $15 million dollars.
$8.2 Million Car Accident
Car accident verdict.
$7.25 Million Motorcycle Accident
Using mediation after a motorcycle accident, $7,250,000 was awarded.
$4.1 Million Medical Malpractice
Secured a settlement of over $4 million dollars after medical malpractice occurred.
$3 Million Negligent Trucker
Secured a $3 million dollar settlement for client involving a negligent truck driver.