Tibia fractures frequently involve other injuries to the ligaments and joints surrounding the fracture site. Often, fibula fractures and ankle or knee injuries often occur in combination with a tibia fracture after a bicycle crash. When any of these injuries occur, it can be difficult for you to stand, walk, and function normally.

In fact, tibia fractures often prevent an injured victim from performing the basic tasks that are required for their jobs, home chores, or everyday living. Unfortunately, it can be difficult for you to understand just how much an injury like this is worth. Not only will this injury cost you a minimum of medical expenses that can include x-rays, MRI tests, surgery, possible future medical treatment, and physical therapy—but a tibia fracture can also prevent you from obtaining wages.

To make sure you are properly compensated for a bicycle-related tibia fracture, you should seek legal advice. By hiring a qualified personal injury lawyer who has experience and success in representing victims of bicycle accidents, you will be able to obtain the best compensation possible for your case.

After a bicycle crash that was not your fault, you should contact a personal injury law firm who will meet with you and answer your questions for free, in an initial complimentary case consultation. Your attorney will investigate your bike crash and the extent of your injury to determine how much your case is worth. To speak with us today, call 888-409-3805.

Damian Mallard, Esq.
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