Help With High-Impact Motorcycle Accidents

Any high-impact road accident in Wisconsin has the capacity to cause broken bones. However, you are especially susceptible to these serious injuries while riding a motorcycle, due to the lack of protection that exists between you and the roadway. At Martin Law Office, S.C., we assist you in exploring all possible sources of compensation following your motorcycle accident. We know that a traffic accident can affect your life in multiple ways, and our primary goal is to help you secure the money you need to cover medical expenditures, lost wages, and pain and suffering.

Broken Bone Injuries, Complications And Expenditures

Broken bones from motorcycle accidents can prove physically, emotionally and financially taxing. Additionally, associated costs can number well into the thousands, depending on the severity of your injury and whether surgery is necessary. Common types of broken bone injuries suffered by motorcyclists include:

  • Stable fractures
  • Compound fractures
  • Traverse fractures
  • Oblique fractures
  • Continued fractures

While broken bones themselves sometimes require long-term physical therapy or rehabilitation, they also often lead to additional complications. Infections, osteoarthritis and nerve damage are just a few of the problems that can result from broken bones, potentially leaving you with even more medical bills and further hindering your ability to return to work.

Our attorney Kevin Martin, a former cardiac nurse, draws on his vast knowledge of the legal and medical fields to assess the extent of your injuries, determine who is liable and ultimately improve your chances of a successful legal outcome.

Getting You Back On Your Feet

High-impact accidents can be life-changing, but our team at Martin Law Office, S.C., can help you get back on your feet. We operate on a contingency basis for clients across Oak Creek and greater Milwaukee, Wisconsin, meaning you will not be charged upfront for our assistance. To schedule a free initial consultation with one of our lawyers, you can get in touch via our convenient online form or call us at 414-856-4010.