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Orthopedic Injuries

Orthopedic Injuries


Elements of an Orthopedic Injury Case


Orthopedic injuries normally include damage to the bones, vertebrae, joints, ligaments, tissue, spinal discs or cartilage. These injuries can lead to debilitating pain, suffering, and financial loss.


Typical causes of orthopedic injuries are as follows:


  • Motor vehicle accidents
  • Construction accidents
  • Bicycle accidents
  • Pedestrian accidents
  • Workplace accidents
  • Falls


Consult Our Professional Orthopedic Injuries Lawyer


Because of the severity of many orthopedic accident injuries, a person may be unable to work and medical bills may mount, and the level of physical and emotional discomfort may become severe. The recovery of damages from the person responsible will help to alleviate the stress of living with one’s injuries. Compensation may include an award for medical treatment, lost wages, property damage, pain and suffering, and emotional distress. Damage awards will include recovery for the past, present, and future costs of medical care and lost wages.


At Brenner Law we hire experts such as, medical professionals, economists, and life care planners to help calculate how much compensation an accident claim is worth. For example, a medical expert will determine the type of treatment and rehabilitation needed, while a life care planner will research, analyze, and plan what it will cost to care for the accident victim. If the accident victim is unable to return to their same occupation before the injury, the damage award will include compensation for the difference in income.


With our vast experience and industry knowledge, we are well-versed in handling insurance and health care companies, litigation, and preparing cases for both settlement and jury trial to ensure our clients are fully compensated for their injuries and losses.


At Brenner Law, we believe PEOPLE MATTER and RESULTS MATTER.



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