Personal Injury

Multiple Complex Bone Fractures

Spinal Cord Injuries

In serious accidents, bone and joint injuries are not only exceptionally painful, but can wreak havoc on the injured party's career, personal life, and ability to enjoy day-to-day activities. Multiple complex bone fractures are particularly burdensome, if not agonizing, because they take considerably longer to heal than a single bone fracture and can inhibit normal activity due to the pervasiveness of the injury.

For anyone who has suffered multiple complex bone fractures in an accident or at the hands of another individual, you can't afford to invest energy into anything but your recovery. In New Hampshire, you can file a claim to win the compensation you deserve in a court of law - but navigating the jungle of legal terms, evidence, and paperwork involved in these cases is the last thing anyone would want to contend with, especially while they are recovering from substantial injuries.

This is why it is critical to enlist the help of our top-rated, aggressive New Hampshire personal injury attorneys to fight for your case in court. For over 20 years, we have provided unsurpassed legal advocacy to clients in cases of automobile accidents, motorcycle accidents, construction accidents, and slip and fall accidents - all of which may involve multiple bone fractures. No matter the severity of your injury of the complexity of your case, we are ready, willing and able to help you fight this legal battle, shouldering the weight of litigation so you're free to recover and relax.

If you are still receiving medical care, refrain from discussing your injury with insurance adjusters or investigators until you've retained a skilled lawyer to represent you. Oral testimony, written descriptions, and signed forms can be used against you in a court of law and could potentially hurt your personal injury case if you choose to go forward with litigating your claim.

Personal Injury Law in New Hampshire Damages

When a person is physically injured by another's carelessness or negligence, they have the option to seek compensation for their injury, in the form of monetary damages. Damages are awarded by the court to the injured person if they prevail in the case and prove that their injury was the direct result of the other person's negligence.

There are two types of damages: economic and non-economic. Economic damages compensate the hard financial losses incurred as a result of your injury. This includes medical expenses and lost wages. In the case of a complex bone fracture, medical expenses may include surgery, casts/braces, and physical therapy to regain strength. Non-economic damages compensate losses more abstract in nature, such as physical pain, suffering, trauma, disability, disfigurement, or loss of a limb.

Many states have placed a limit on non-economic damages in personal injury cases, which can sometimes reach incredibly high amounts. The state of New Hampshire, however, imposes no limit on non-economic damages. Attempts to create damage caps have always been shot down by the New Hampshire Supreme Court, which has found them to be unconstitutional.

Tort Law

Personal injury is a subset of tort law. 'Tort' is a French word, best translated to "mistake" or "wrongdoing." This body of law allows an injured party to litigate the mistake that caused their injury, provided there is proof that the other party made a mistake, failed to act, or was willfully negligent. Tort law encompasses medical mistakes, work injuries, and automobile and motorcycle accidents, among many other types of legal wrongdoings. If you have been injured by another person's carelessness, let the New Hampshire personal injury attorneys at Tenn And Tenn, P.A. dedicate their time, energy, and experience to fighting your case.

Deadlines to File

A statute of limitations applies in New Hampshire personal injury cases. It is in the interest of anyone considering filing a claim to know that there is a 3-year statute of limitations to do so. This means that a person with multiple complex bone fractures in New Hampshire has 3 years from the time of their injury to hire a lawyer and get their claim filed. Bear in mind, it can take time for an attorney to investigate your claim and build your case - so the sooner you speak with an attorney, the better.

If a claim misses this deadline, the defendant responsible for the injury could cite the missed deadline as a defense against the suit. You do not want to give them that opportunity if you want to receive rightful compensation for the multiple bone fractures you suffered. This is why it is incredibly important that you contact our New Hampshire personal injury attorneys immediately so they can begin building your case.

Multiple Bone Fractures in New Hampshire

Let our team of personal injury attorneys begin to develop an understanding of the specifics and nuances of your case. Our practice is informed by over 20 years of experience handling these types of cases. We can quickly gain familiarity with the type and extent of your injuries, the consequences and losses you've suffered because of them, and facts that make your case compelling in a court of law. We recruit medical experts in the orthopedic field, as well as financial experts to evaluate your losses, so that we can conduct a thorough evaluation of your case.

Whether you were injured in an automobile, motorcycle, medical, construction accident or a fall, the experienced New Hampshire personal injury attorney team at Tenn And Tenn, P.A. is here to help. Contact us immediately to help protect your rights. Our toll-free injury helpline is 1.888.511.1010. The personal injury consultation is free of charge.

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