Getting Money for a Car Accident Settlement for a Broken Leg
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Leg Fracture Compensation Amounts Should Exceed Averages
Broken legs whether involving the upper or lower leg can be very serious injuries and can create a significant impact on someone’s life. When considering how much compensation for a broken leg, the severity of your injury is always taken into account. The femur, tibia and fibula are all large bones existing in the leg. While hairline fractures to any of these bones may not be dramatically detrimental, if you have a multiple or complex break, or the bone has been broken previously, then there can be a prolonged period of recovery and often times surgery is required.
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|”Insurance companies value your claim based on the quality of your lawyer, it is that simple. If your lawyer isn’t the best you can count on getting less. If your case isn’t prepared with the intent of walking into court to try it, with a trial attorney you can count on getting less. I worked for 6 yrs representing insurance companies and that’s the way they think.” --Victor Harding, Warshafsky Law.|
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