Hand Injuries And Pennsylvania Damage Compensation
The human hand is complex, but it is common for people to use their hands everyday for work and household tasks without giving all of the intricate bones and connections a second thought. But, when there is an accident, either a vehicular collision or workplace event, you may sustain a hand or wrist injury that leads to high medical expenses and lost income.
It is possible the expenses connected to your Pennsylvania hand injury are eligible for damage recovery. Talk to a Bucks County personal injury attorney about your recovery options. Once an experienced lawyer is informed of how your injury was sustained and what current and future expenses you are juggling, they can advise you on the value of your claim and how to secure damage compensation.
Worth of Claim Connected to Severity
How much a personal injury claim or lawsuit settlement will garner depends on the details of the injury. Some hand, finger, and wrist injuries lead to compensation packages that are tens of thousands of dollars. In other situations, damage recovery is in the hundreds of thousands. High values are typically when there is extensive damage, often debilitating in nature.
Events that can result in hand, finger, or wrist harm:
- Vehicular accidents
- Motorcycle crashes
- Escalator or elevator accidents
- Workplace accidents
- Negligent property events
- Slip and fall accidents
- Hit and run incidents
Bones, tendons, ligaments, nerves, and tendons can all sustain harm in accidents and injuries. Throughout your healing process, keep records of your injury, treatment plans, and other forms of documentation that could support your case.
Workplace Hand Injuries
The most common place for a person to sustain a hand or work injury is in a workplace accident, typically in a field where there is heavy machinery. This could be true for employees of a construction company, manufacturing business, or other industry that utilizes heavy machinery. In those instances, a workers’ compensation case may be the best route to compensation.
But if your hand was hurt in a car accident because of another’s negligence, you should turn to a Bucks County personal injury attorney for guidance on next steps. A skilled lawyer will analyze your documentation and discuss the facts with you. Then, they will determine who is responsible and how to access financial damages. Money can’t make everything return to as it was before the injurious event, but it can settle medical bills and give you access to healthcare specialists that may currently be out of reach financially.
Are you recovering from a hand or finger injury due to a person’s reckless behavior in a Pennsylvania or New Jersey accident? Talk over your case with the seasoned legal team at Kardos, Rickles & Hand. Our attorneys work diligently to secure the maximum amount possible for our personal injury clients. Compensation awarded can assist you in settling past bills, future expenses, whether the accident was minor or severe. After an injury in New Jersey or Pennsylvania, reach out to secure the legal support you need. Call 215-968-6602.