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Jacobs & Dow, LLC


Decades Of Experience
In Personal Injury, Criminal Law And Other Legal Matters

What You Lose In A Broken Hip Injury

A broken hip suffered in a motor vehicle accident, a slip-and-fall accident or any other type of accident is a serious injury for a person of any age. But while younger people may have a full recovery from such injuries, a high percentage of the elderly people who suffer broken hips or hip fractures never regain full mobility or their pre-accident health. For an elderly person with such an injury, independence in daily activities may be taken away. They may have to move into a nursing home temporarily or permanently to receive the care they need.

At Jacobs & Dow, LLC, our New Haven broken hip lawyers will aggressively pursue your case. Starting with an investigation to determine the cause of an accident, we will aggressively pursue the case to get you full, just and fair compensation for the harm suffered. See our record of verdicts and settlements.

A Fractured Hip Is Unlike Any Other Type Of Fracture

Hip fractures are rarely minor injuries. An injury to the hip socket is difficult to repair surgically. Especially in the elderly, a hip injury may require joint replacement surgery with its own risks and long term effects.

A serious hip fracture can effect every aspect of the victim’s life. Our lawyers will investigate the case and develop evidence about the full impact of an injury, including disability, lost wages, and loss of the ability to live independently. We will fight for the compensation you deserve.

Don’t worry about legal fees. We handle all injured hip accident cases on a contingency basis. Unless there is a recovery, there is no legal fee.

Ask For A Free Consultation With A Hip Injury Lawyer: (866) 221-1375

If you have suffered a hip injury, call us to protect your rights. Open during weekly business hours and Saturday mornings, we also offer weekend and evening hours by appointment. Contact us today to schedule a free initial consultation.