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I Suffered An Open Fracture To My Left Tibia And Fibula In A Motorcycle Crash When A Driver Failed To See My Bike. How Much Can I Sue The Driver For?

When another driver violates your right-of-way, you can hold that negligent driver liable for all your damages and losses. Unfortunately, an open tibial plateau fracture is a serious injury that typically requires surgery, hardware, and physical therapy. In addition to the expensive medical bills, you will likely be out of work and losing wages and benefits following a Florida motorcycle crash.

Sometimes multiple surgeries are required and a lengthy recovery time after an open tibia fracture. As you are experiencing physical changes and pain and suffering, it is important that you don’t suffer financial damages in addition to your other damages.

You have a right to get the maximum damages possible for the following expenses:

  • medical bills
  • anesthesia and prescription costs
  • physical therapy
  • rehabilitation
  • lost wages
  • pain and suffering
  • loss of enjoyment of life
  • inconvenience
  • other damages

Every case worth is different and will depend on the extent of your injuries, medical bills, and other damages. In order to get a better understanding of what you may be entitled to following your Broward County motorcycle crash, contact the Law Offices of David Benenfeld at 954-807-1334 to speak with a knowledgeable South Florida injury lawyer in a free consultation today.

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