Broken Bones / Fractures
Catastrophic Injury Lawyer in St. Louis
Any type of preventable injury has the potential to create unexpected challenges
in the lives of victims and their loves ones – including medical
expenses, lost income, and considerable pain and suffering. In cases involving
catastrophic injuries like serious broken bones and fractures, however, setbacks, financial
strains, and suffering can be even more profound. That’s why it
is crucial for seriously injured victims and their families to work with
lawyers who have the resources and experience to secure the compensation
At Meyerkord & Meyerkord, LLC, our St. Louis personal injury attorneys
have a proven record in guiding clients toward the justice and financial
settlements and verdicts they require after suffering preventable harm
– including the most serious and devastating injuries imaginable.
Because we know seriously injured victims have elevated needs and that
these cases raise the stakes, we apply the full scope of our 100+ years
of combined experience to fight for the best possible results.
Why Choose Meyerkord & Meyerkord, LLC?
- Over a Century of Collective Experience
- More Than $400 Million in Compensation Recovered for Clients
- Proven Record in Serious Injury Cases
- Contingency Fees – No Fee Unless We Win
If you wish to discuss a serious injury case involving fractures, broken
bones, and / or serious disabilities and impairment, contact Meyerkord
& Meyerkord, LLC for a FREE consultation.
Damages Created by Broken Bones / Fractures
There are many auto accident cases where victims suffer injuries that don’t
require emergency care after the accident, major treatment, or long-term
recoveries. Although their injuries can still cause considerable pain
and suffering, as well as various losses, serious injuries have greater
potential to result in these types of needs, as well as more substantial
damages. For example, broken bones and fractures may result in:
- Major surgery / multiple surgeries
- Long-term recoveries, including physical therapy and rehabilitation
- Nerve damage / soft tissue injuries requiring additional treatment
- Lasting or permanent impairment / disability
- Physical pain and suffering
- Extensive medical bills / future medical needs
- Lost income / diminished earning potential
- Mental anguish and other emotional injuries
Injuries are considered catastrophic when they require significant medical
treatment, result in long recoveries, and / or cause lasting or permanent
impairments. In the most severe cases, broken bones and fractures –
especially when they are severe breaks or affect certain parts of the
body – can require victims to undergo multiple corrective surgeries,
which not only increase their recovery time, but also affect their ability
to work and earn wages. If broken bones result in disabilities or impairment,
they can also prevent victims from performing the type of work they did
before an accident, if they are able to work at all.
These significant damages can all be taken into account in catastrophic
injury cases, By working with proven attorneys who can help them establish
fault and liability, victims can seek full and fair compensation to cover
these losses, including their future needs associated with treating injuries
or their inability to earn wages they once did, and the emotional suffering
they and their loved ones experienced.
Call Meyerkord & Meyerkord, LLC for a FREE Case Evaluation
The pathways for recovering damages after a serious injury exist, but they
do not guarantee that victims will receive the outcome or the compensation
they deserve. That’s especially true when corporations and insurance
companies fight to pay as little as possible. This being the case, any
victim or family that needs to assert their legal rights and recover damages
following catastrophic injuries like broken bones should enlist the support
of proven attorneys who know how to level the playing field with these
Learn how our award-winning St. Louis personal injury lawyers can help
in your catastrophic injury case.
Contact us for a free consultation.