Broken Bones: Injury Claims in Alpharetta

Alpharetta Personal Injury Attorney

If you have been injured in a motorcycle accident, car accident or other vehicle accident, or if your injuries are a result of the negligence of a property owner, causing you to slip and fall, you have a right to be compensated for your injuries. Our law firm, Kalka & Baer, has an experienced team of attorneys, researchers, private investigators and professional support staff dedicated to help you to fight for fair compensation for all damages.

Broken bones are very serious injuries which can have complications impacting your quality of life for several months, or a lifetime, based upon the type of fracture. Broken bones that are the results of negligence or neglect in a nursing home should be addressed with the help of a high quality and experienced Alpharetta injury lawyer. Nursing homes can be held liable for such accidents. If you have a parent or loved one who has suffered a fracture while under the care of a nursing home or hospital, we will help you pursue financial compensation for the medical bills as well as the pain and suffering this event has caused.

Construction accidents often lead to serious or multiple fractures, and are more likely than in many professions due to the inherent risks in construction work. If you have been injured on a job site, contact us that we can help you pursue a meaningful settlement for your injuries. You will need compensation for your lost wages as well as medical expenses, and the alteration in your lifestyle while your fracture heals.

Broken Bones: Personal Injury Lawyer in Alpharetta, GA

As in all personal injury cases, it is necessary to evaluate the situation on an individual basis to determine the amount of compensation that should be pursued. The impact on day-to-day life must be taken into consideration when calculating the monetary value of a broken bone injury claim. Contact us today so that we may help you as we have helped hundreds of others facing hardship due to personal injuries.