Get compensated when you're hurt with a leg injury
Before you call the insurance company, call Steve Caya for a consultation
Lower body injuries from automobile accidents can include several parts of the leg, including hips, pelvis, knees, ankles and feet. Because of the injury’s complexities, they require expensive medical care and rehabilitation. Regardless of treatment, leg injuries can lead to permanent damage.
If you’ve sustained a debilitating leg injury from negligence, Rock County’s personal injury lawyer Steve Caya will help. He cares about making your fight for compensation as easy as possible in an already complicated circumstance. That’s why he offers free consultations & promises a no win, no fee guarantee.
Causes of serious leg injuries
- Car Accidents
- Truck Accidents
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Slip & Fall
- Back Injury
- Spinal Injury
If your leg injury is a direct result of an accident, or a secondary injury caused by an initial injury, you could get compensation for your medical expenses. Steve Caya consults with medical professionals and uses his previous insurance experience to give you the best chance of winning your personal injury case.
Common painful leg injuries
Lower extremity injury can damage your mobility and quality of life. Therapy for such injuries are expensive, time-consuming and emotionally taxing. It’s important to seek immediate medical attention if your legs have been injured in any kind of accident. The longer you wait to get necessary medical treatment, the less evidence you have for your personal injury claim.
Contact Steve Caya as soon as you learn what kind of damage has been done to your legs, including:
- Torn meniscus
- ACL Injury
- Knee bursitis
- Bone fracture
- Hip dislocation
Motorcycle Accident Leg Injuries
Injuries to the lower extremities are more common in motorcycle accidents than car crashes. The most common leg injuries from motorcycle accidents include:
- Broken and/or shattered bones
- Cuts and gouges
- Road rash
- Severe bruising
Motorcycle leg injuries often occur in combination with other more serious injuries. Even isolated leg injuries from a motorcycle accident can result in costly medical bills and the need for extensive treatment and rehabilitation.