If you suffered an arm and hand injury in an accident that someone else’s negligence caused, you know just how traumatizing and debilitating that is. In fact, such an accident is likely to drastically alter your life and lifestyle. If you’re the victim of an arm and hand injury, you need an experienced arm and hand injury attorney.
Arm and hand injuries are common in car accidents—as the driver clenches the steering wheel throughout impact or as passengers brace themselves against the dashboard or forward seat. Car accidents can lead to serious arm and hand injuries with long-lasting negative repercussions.
While car accidents are a leading cause of arm and hand injuries, other accidents frequently cause such injuries, including:
If you suffered an arm and hand injury in an accident that someone else’s negligence caused, you need skilled legal counsel. The dedicated legal team at The Law Office of William W. Hurst in Indianapolis has experience at bringing these often-complicated claims to just resolutions, and we’re here to help.
The arm and hand injuries common to car accidents (and other kinds of accidents) include:
Accidents of any kind can disorient and overwhelm anyone. Seek medical treatment as soon as possible after any significant accident—car accident or otherwise. If you were in a car accident (or another kind of accident), you may not immediately know what injuries you’ve sustained.
The following symptoms are closely associated with arm and hand injuries:
Seeking immediate medical care will allow a medical professional to perform tests to ascertain the extent of your injuries and to begin appropriate treatments, which can help mitigate any long-term damage. Early medical intervention is always the healthiest choice.
Accidents that lead to arm and hand injuries can prove expensive. Your arms and hands are not only integral to your livelihood but are also complex physical structures that can require delicate and costly surgeries to repair. These medical costs may include:
Arm and hand injuries are among the costliest in terms of the effect they have on your earning potential, your quality of life, and your emotional well-being. No matter your occupation, your hands almost certainly play a vital role in your work. If you suffer an arm or hand injury, your ability to work will take a hit—if not come to a complete stop (either temporarily or permanently). Lost wages from work and a diminished capacity to earn income during your lifetime can prove extremely costly. This is not to mention the pain and suffering you’ve endured.
Do not underestimate the seriousness of an arm and hand injury, and do not leave your claim to chance. You need an experienced arm and hand injury attorney to carefully assess the extent of your damages and to aggressively advocate for your just compensation.
Arm and hand injuries are common to many kinds of accidents, and they can lead to significant overarching damages. Your hands and arms are elemental to your very way of life and to your livelihood. If you suffered an arm and hand injury in an accident that someone else’s negligence caused, you need experienced legal counsel. Don’t leave your rights or your rightful, considerable compensation to chance.
The dedicated legal team at The Law Office of William W. Hurst in Indianapolis is here to help. Our skilled arm and hand injury attorneys are experienced at successfully navigating these often-complicated claims, and we have the commitment and compassion to help you. Please contact or call us at (317) 636-0808 to schedule a free consultation today.
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