WI abrasion & contusion settlements: personal injury lawsuits Injury settlement amounts depend on the quality of your lawyer.

At first glance, most people think lawsuits over scrapes, cuts and bruises are just frivolous suits. It’s important to realize we’re not talking about paper cuts here. Anyone who has suffered a serious abrasion (scrape), laceration (cut), or contusion (bruise) can tell you it takes more than a Band-Aid.

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There are countless ways the negligence or malfeasance of others can cause serious cuts, abrasions and contusions. From lacerations caused by broken glass in an auto accident to patellar contusions (knee bruising) caused by slipping on a wet floor at work, these injuries disrupt lives in significant ways. What’s more, there may be serious underlying problems that remain undiagnosed if the injury is simply dismissed as superficial.

Regardless of how you were injured, it’s important to first get medical attention for a serious abrasion, laceration or contusion. Then, contact the Milwaukee truck injury attorneys of Warshafsky Law. If you have grounds for a lawsuit to recover your medical expenses and time lost from work, we’ll fight to get you the maximum possible compensation under the law. If your injuries were sustained at the hospital itself from a botched medical procedure or negligent medical professionals, you may be entitled to sue for medical malpractice.

When people choose their Wisconsin personal injury lawyer based on the endorsement of a football player or actor, they risk choosing an attorney who has never won more money in a courtroom. Settlement mills forward your paperwork and take a cut of your damages. Hundreds of times we have prepared cases like yours beyond the brink of trial. Facing unlimited liability AND an expensive jury trial, insurance companies fess up what your case is worth. They HATE when you choose Warshafsky.

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