Torn ACL and Knee Injuries
Knee injuries are commonly experienced in motor vehicle accidents, sports, and slip and fall cases. When knees twist or bend involuntarily due to an external force, it places stress on ligaments, cartilage, or joints resulting a variety of painful injuries. Common types include posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) injuries, medial collateral ligament (MCL) injuries, torn anterior cruciate ligament (ACL), and sprains or strains.
With any knee injury, it is important to seek medical care immediately. Any of these injuries may extensive therapy and lifestyle changes in order to be rehabilitated and often surgical intervention is required as well. All of these typically involve a high amount of medical expenses, time off work and away from your usual activities.
You may be inclined to handle the claim against the at-fault party alone to move past the incident, but knee injuries can be complex claims to present to an insurance company. For example, you were injured while working or at a public place, there may be issues of responsibility to consider which a lawyer is best-suited to research and argue on your behalf. Also, insurers commonly offer low settlements to victims which do not even cover their past and expected medical expenses. A personal injury attorney can handle your claim and avoid these pitfalls that reduce your chance of recovery.
The attorneys of Oldham & Delcamp have experience dealing with insurers and negotiating with at-fault parties to seek adequate compensation for your injuries. Available compensation includes past and future medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering and emotional distress damages.
Don’t Face it Alone
Contact us to discover how we can help you to get through the difficult time after an accident. Oldham and Delcamp trial attorneys have the experience and expertise to fight for your needs and help you to reclaim your life after a slip and fall accident. We can help as your slip and fall lawyer, DUI law and auto accident attorney as well as rear-end accidents attorney, trucking accidents attorney and premises liability lawyer.
Oldham & Delcamp is a member of the Attorney’s Real Estate Council of Broward County, is also currently on the Board of Directors of the Broward County Bar Association, and is the former chair of the Real Property section.
When your freedom is on the line, you need an attorney that is aggressive, responsive, and experienced. Oldham & Delcamp is committed to making sure that each of our clients receives the personalized attention of one of our attorneys.