Workers Compensation Bone Fracture Injury Claims
There are many accidents in the workplace that can result in bone fractures. We have represented workers who have suffered broken bones on the job.
Because the minimum recovery time for a fracture is from four to six weeks, possibly longer, depending on the severity of the injury, a worker who suffers a bone fracture will typically have a loss of some wages. Once your injury heals there may even be long term problems that have resulted from the fracture leading to Permanent Partial Disability (PPD), Temporary Total Disability (TTD), Permanent Total Disability (PTD) or Temporary Partial Disability (TPD). Working with the experienced workers’ compensation lawyers at the law firm of Hemmings & Stevens, PLLC can be of great benefit to you if you have suffered a bone fracture and have lost time from work.
Workers’ Compensation Lawyers with Experience in Bone Fracture Claims
If the workers’ compensation insurance company is placing their own interests above your health and well being, if you have lost wages from an injury in the workplace, we are committed to making the workers’ compensation process better for you. At the law firm of Hemmings & Stevens, PLLC, we have represented workers that have suffered from minor and severe broken bones due to a workplace injury. If you or a loved one has suffered the loss of a limb in the workplace, you may have the right to workers’ compensation benefits. We will ensure that your rights are protected.
If you would like a free consultation, call 919.277.0161 or contact us online. We maintain our office in Raleigh, but we handle workers’ compensation cases statewide.