Facial Injury Attorney in Southeast Wisconsin
Get compensation for disfiguring facial injuries
Also known as maxillofacial trauma, facial injuries are the most common injury as a result of road traffic accidents. They usually cause trauma to multiple systems of the body, including neurologic, orthopedic and thoracic cavity. This causes a greater need for more frequent medical rehabilitation, and the cost for treatment will rise.
You deserve compensation for the medical and emotional expenses your facial trauma has caused. Steve Caya has experience working in the insurance industry, so he knows how to win what you deserve. Contact personal injury lawyer Steve Caya for a free consultation.
Can you sue for a facial scar?
If your face injury and scarring was caused by an accident you weren’t entirely at fault for, you may be eligible to claim compensation. Winning a facial injury claim hinges on proving liability and standing up to the insurers and legal teams trying to minimize your settlement.
The best way to understand the value of your facial injury claim and win your case is by partnering with an experienced injury lawyer.
Case study: Steve Caya secures $150,000 settlement for a hunter accidentally shot in the face
Contact Steve Caya to request a free facial injury case review.
Causes of dangerous facial injury
- Car Accidents
- Truck Accidents
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Drunk Driving
- Boating Accident
If you’ve experienced any of the above accidents due to negligence, contact Steve Caya for his no win, no fee services. It’s important to seek legal counsel as soon as possible so vital evidence doesn’t slip away. The faster you get help, the better your chances of winning the compensation you deserve.
Disfiguring Facial Injuries
No matter how minor they may seem, facial injuries can cause serious trauma to other systems of the body. They may lead to other issues including brain injuries, permanent disfiguration and complications.
Contact Steve Caya before you call your insurance company if you’ve experienced any facial injury, including:
Results from studies estimate wearing a motorcycle helmet can cut your risk of suffering facial trauma in a motorcycle crash by half.
Even while wearing a helmet, motorcycle riders can suffer facial injuries and facial trauma in an accident. Craniomaxillofacial (CMF) injuries among motorcycle accident victims can be extremely severe and require multiple reconstructive surgeries and years of rehabilitation.