In the Greater Los Angeles Area, many people sustain injuries in car, automobile and other personal injury accidents that result in broken bones. Broken bones are serious medical events that require special medical care. Doctors must identify and treat the fracture and reset the breaks. A personal injury involving broken or fractured bones is costly and painful.
The medical costs will likely exceed ten thousand dollars for a most straightforward break or fracture that requires an ambulance, hospital visit, X-rays, medical treatment, and future medical care in recovery. You may need a soft or hard cast, pain medication, and occasional doctor visits to monitor the healing process. The costs will continue to pile up through follow-up, treatment during healing, and the required courses of physical therapy and rehabilitation.
Breaks and fractures can happen at any time as a result of blunt force or trauma during a car accident. Frequent causes include immediate impacts, sudden movements, falls, and bearing weight in awkward positions. This can also occur during a construction accident where an injured individual falls and sustains injury. Some people, and particularly older individuals, may have naturally weak bones and that are susceptible to more breaks or fractures than others. Common breaks and fractures occur in the below-described bones.
• Arm and wrist (ulna, humerus, and radius)
• Leg (tibia, fibula, and femur)
• Hip (pelvis)
• Fingers and toes (phalanges)
• Kneecap (patella)
• Back (scapula) and spine.
Broken bones cause intense pain. The bones do not have nerve endings, but the surrounding areas have sensitive nerves. Broken bones can cause muscle damage, internal bleeding, severe swelling, and injury to connective and soft tissues. You may need pain medication and therapy for reducing and controlling your pain.
If you sustained Fractured and Broken Bones in a Personal Injury Accident, You May qualify for Legal Funding with High Rise Financial
We at High Rise Financial can help make your situation better with legal funding and settlement financing available throughout California. If your personal injury action involves serious medical injury including any broken bones and you are waiting for your case to settle, then call us. You may qualify for lawsuit funding and pre-settlement financing which can help pay off your medical bills, lost wages and other urgent daily expenses while you wait for a settlement. In the event your case does not settle, or if the insurance company refuses to pay, High Rise Financial bears this risk and you will not owe the money back. You only repay the cash funds you receive if you actually obtain an actual settlement.
Contact one of our legal funding specialists today or submit your application online to see whether you qualify for pre-settlement lawsuit funding.