Injury Lawyers

Contact injury attorney Jack Bloxham at the Injury Law Center. Our injury lawyers only handle personal injury cases, and our skill shows in the way we serve clients across the entire Bay Area from our 4 office locations in San Jose, Oakland, Fremont – Hayward & Walnut Creek. Call 1-800-300-8561 or email us today for immediate help on your injury case.

Injury Attorney in San Jose, Oakland, Walnut Creek & Fremont – Hayward

An essential aspect of our client service is the accurate and thorough assessment of our clients’ physical and medical damages under California injury law. The following are among the most common motor vehicle accident injuries:

Broken Bones

Signs of a broken bone include great pain and the inability to use the injured area. There will likely be swelling associated with a bone break or fracture. Only a medical professional should attempt to set or straighten a broken bone. It should instead be splinted in the place where it lies with a minimum of movement. If the bone has pierced the skin, bleeding should be controlled with direct and firm pressure to the wound with sterile dressing if it’s available. This is known as a compound fracture and prompt medical treatment is essential.

Eye Injuries

Because the loss of eye function could be a lifelong medical problem, it is essential to recover enough money to pay for the anticipated costs that you can incur over the course of your life. Depending on the extent of your injury, you may be entitled to collect for loss of wages, loss of future earnings, and pain and suffering. Our experience working with treating physicians and forensic experts can help you receive full compensation on your eye injury claim.

Muscle and Ligament Injuries

Injury of muscle and ligaments in the limbs, neck, or back are very common results of car accidents. Unless the injury involves traumatic tearing or obvious destruction of tissue and the loss of mobility, it may be difficult to demonstrate and prove the injury. An experienced attorney, working together with your doctor, can document your injury and provide the best chance of success for your claim.

Unconsciousness

Loss of consciousness is often a sign of brain trauma, and even by itself can be compensated in a personal injury lawsuit. If a closed head or concussive injury causes permanent or degenerative injury to the brain, medical costs both for emergency treatment and ongoing living and rehabilitation expenses can be enormous.

Contacting an Injury Attorney

Whether you suffered a back injury or a brain injury from an auto accident, contact injury accident attorney Jack Bloxham for a free consultation about your right to compensation for personal injury damages; contact us online or call 1-800-300-8561.