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September 25, 2020

Wrist Injury Lawyer NYC

A broken wrist is incredibly painful; worse, it prevents you from doing so many everyday activities that you take for granted. Brewing your morning coffee, shampooing your hair and even talking a leisurely walk with your dog are all more difficult—if not impossible—when you’re suffering from a broken wrist.

The Bones of the Wrist: Delicate and Fragile

There are eight bones in your wrist, and the most commonly broken one is the scaphoid; it’s right near the base of your thumb. Breaking even one of these small bones (most are smaller than a dime) can cause you extreme pain and immobility.

These fragile bones can be broken in any number of ways, from car accidents to a slip-and-fall in which you tried to catch yourself. Many people suffer from broken wrists and other injuries that occurred because of someone else’s negligence, but the worst part is that the victim is often the one who pays the price.

Broken Wrists and Premises Liability Cases

As you look at the pile of medical bills, think about how much work you’ve missed, and the fact that you can’t even pick up your children or sweep the floor without excruciating pain, things can start to feel overwhelming.

The good news (yes, there is good news!) is that if someone else is responsible for your broken wrist, you may be able to hold them accountable. You might not have to shoulder the financial burden alone; many people choose to consult with a New York City personal injury lawyer who focuses on premises liability, which covers injuries sustained on commercial, private or government property.

New York laws, which hold property owners liable for keeping their premises safe, allow injured people like you to file lawsuits against the people responsible for their medical bills, pain and suffering, lost wages and other expenses. You don’t have to assume that your accident was your fault – it truly may not have been.


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