Dallas Broken Bones Attorneys

When an individual’s reckless actions have left you temporarily or permanently disabled and unable to work, the consequences can be life altering. One possible outcome of a car accident, slip and fall accident, or faulty product case is a broken bone. If your accident has resulted in a broken bone, it could take months for the bone not only to heal, but also for you to go through extensive physical therapy before you can return to work. As such, many people find themselves in need of financial assistance.

At the Law Offices of Mark T. Lassiter, we understand how devastating a broken bone can be to your life and are prepared to stand by your side every step of the way when seeking compensation from the person who caused you harm. To learn more about your case and legal options, contact a Dallas broken bone attorney today at (214) 457-1668 and schedule a free consultation with a caring, yet aggressive legal professional.

Types of Bone Fractures

Broken bones can vary in severity depending on the accident, but they are almost always painful. The road to recovery may not be as simple as wearing a cast for a weeks. In a compound fracture, the victim will need surgery and possibly physical therapy. Some common bone types of bone fractures include:

  • Simple fracture is where the bone is broken, but it does not break the skin
  • Compound fracture is where the bone breaks the skin
  • Impacted fracture is where one bone is forced into another

When another party causes you to sustain any of these types of broken bones, they should be the ones to bear the resulting financial burden. Our legal professionals know how to hold these negligent parties accountable and may be able to help you.

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For more information about how you can possibly take legal action following a broken bone injury, contact a Dallas broken bones lawyer at the Law Offices of Mark T. Lassiter, today at (214) 457-1668 and get started on building your case. We have the dedication and experience to fight for our clients and obtain compensation when they have been harmed unduly by another’s actions.


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