Has your walking or mobility been affected as the result of an accident?
Injuries that affect walking and mobility may be the result of a serious accident, or the compound effect of an injury over time. In many cases, injuries that limit a person’s ability to walk, or their range of mobility, warrant serious medical attention and can affect your overall health, job performance, happiness and well being. When an accident causes damage to your ability to walk, it may require extensive medical attention you can’t afford.
Let our team work on your behalf to get the compensation you deserve, while you and your doctor focus on recovery of your health and well being. If you or a loved one has suffered from an injury affecting your mobility, contact our Kansas injury lawyers today for a free consultation. You may be entitled to money for losing mobility, sometimes this includes lost wages and pain and suffering.
Hiring Loss of Mobility Experts
Mobility experts are important where there has been serious damage to the body, severely affecting your ability to walk, or your overall range of motion. It might be necessary for a physician to explain to an insurance company, judge or jury, the extent of damages your injury has caused. An expert can also explain the common treatments or what is necessary for you to work towards recovery.
Mobility forensic experts are necessary when it helps to reconstruct an accident that caused your mobility injury. A forensic expert may be used to testify about the various causes and risk-factors present in your case that may have contributed to your injury. These experts help to explain the basic mechanics of how the mobility injury occurred.
Mobility Injuries in the Work Place
Mobility injuries are commonly caused from jobs with moderate or high levels of physical labor or movement. It may be weeks, months, or years into the job before you start to notice that an injury has affected your mobility and will not go away naturally. You might even be unable to pinpoint the exact date your mobility injury first occurred.
Kansas Worker’s Compensation laws have changed drastically over the past three years. If you’ve suffered a mobility injury on the job, it’s important for your lawyer to know how the worker’s compensation laws are structured to ensure you take the steps necessary to get compensated for the loss of your ability to walk or the loss of your mobility and range of motion. Time is of the essence. You may have a narrow window in which you can get compensated for a mobility injury of this nature. On our staff serving you, is a former worker’s compensation judge in the state of Kansas. This lawyer knows the intricacies of the worker’s compensation claim process and can help make sure you obtain the compensation you deserve for your loss of mobility.
Does time really matter in a mobility injury?
In nearly every mobility injury case, time is critical. If you have been injured in an accident resulting in a loss of mobility or range of motion, the clock starts ticking at the moment of the accident. An experienced mobility injury lawyer may need to collect and preserve evidence which may be important in presenting your case. In some mobility injury cases, it is necessary for a mobility injury lawyer to collect evidence relating to your injury and document the accident scene and vehicles involved in the accident. The evidence collected is sometimes used by mobility injury experts to reconstruct the events leading up to your injury, or the accident scene itself. Methods used for treatment of mobility injuries are also most effective if started right away.
Let us fight on your behalf for your mobility injury to get you the compensation you deserve, while you and your doctor focus on your health and recovery. Compensation won’t heal a mobility injury, but it can help you get your life back on track. Call us today for a free consultation at (888) 687-2400.