What Are The Things I Should Be Receiving Compensation For After A Car Accident Left Me With A Broken Bone?

A: Car accidents in Florida and throughout the nation cause many injuries that range from minor to severe. Insurance companies often feel that broken bone injuries are minor; however, they are anything but minor to the person who sustained this type of injury.

When an accident leaves you or anyone with a broken bone, there are many things to keep in mind when negotiating with the insurance company.

Broken bone injuries may require time away from work, surgical costs, and medical bills for the emergency room visit and follow-up doctor appointments. You should be asking for financial compensation for lost wages, medical expenses, medication costs, physical therapy, and pain and suffering. Every situation and circumstance is different, and there may be other compensation you are entitled to.

To find out more about your legal rights to recovery after a Fort Lauderdale car crash, call a knowledgeable personal injury lawyer at the Law Offices of David Benenfeld at [number type=”2″] or [number type=”1″] to schedule your free legal consultation today.