Broken Wrist Injury Attorney in Wisconsin
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The most common cause of a broken wrist is landing hard on an outstretched hand during a fall. If your fall was the result of a someone else’s negligence (such as a failure to keep a sidewalk clear of snow and ice, or not mopping up a wet entryway in a building), you have every right to be compensated for the medical expenses you’ve incurred. Broken wrists are also common with car and motorcycle accidents.
Speaking of medical expenses, it’s important to get medical treatment after an accident that injures your hand or wrist. You may think it’s just a bad bruise and the pain will go away, but if there’s a fracture the bones may not heal properly and this could impact your ability to do anything involving the use of that hand.
When you've been seriously hurt in an accident, contact personal injury attorney Steve Caya immediately for a free case consultation - and fight for the compensation you deserve.
Symptoms of a broken wrist or hand
- Intense pain that increases when gripping, squeezing or moving your hand
- Tenderness in the wrist area
- A bent wrist or other deformity in the hand
- Tingling or numbness in the hand or fingers
- Inability to freely move your fingers or thumb
Experienced Broken Wrist Injury Lawyer for Southeast Wisconsin
From his home base in Janesville, Attorney Steve Caya represents accident victims in personal injury lawsuits throughout the state of Wisconsin. Recognized by industry peers and clients alike for his ethics and professionalism, attorney Steve Caya and his team are committed to making accident victims whole again.
He works with medical experts to build a strong case for compensation that will restore your broken bone injury in the best way possible. His no win, no fee policy ensures you don’t owe him a thing if he doesn’t win your case.
Common causes of broken wrists and hands
- Sports injuries (especially bicycling, snowboarding, skiing, skateboarding)
- Automobile and motorcycle crashes
If your injured wrist was caused by someone else’s negligence in a motorcycle crash, you may be entitled to compensation.
In cases of sports injuries, you might think you have no one to blame for your broken wrist but yourself, but there may be others whose actions (or inaction) contributed to you falling. Attorney Caya and his associates are often able to identify those who can be held accountable.
Motorcycle accident wrist injuries are typically caused by the rider trying to break his or her fall after a collision. The most common motorcycle wrist injury is a scaphoid fracture (one of several small bones in the wrist). Because the scaphoid bone is near the thumb, motorcyclists suffering a broken scaphoid may experience a lack of grip, affecting their everyday life.