If you or someone you love has suffered a broken bone because of someone else’s negligence, you have the right to seek compensation. At the Law Office of Mark Cohen, P.C., I can help you pursue the compensation you deserve. With more than 33 years of experience on my side serving clients in the East Bay, I have the knowledge to get results in all broken bone cases, including for accidents resulting in:
- Broken arms
- Broken legs
- Broken ribs
- Broken hips
- Broken wrists
Whether your case involves a single broken bone that you will recover from fairly quickly or multiple compound fractures that may leave you with a lifetime of medical problems, I can help you seek full and fair compensation from the responsible party.
Contact me, lawyer Mark Cohen, in Fremont, California, today for experienced legal representation.
This Is Your Case
There is never a single path that needs to be taken in a case involving broken bones. When should you settle? Do you need an operation? What will happen in the future? More often than not, there are a wide range of options. My goal is to work with you to narrow down those options in order to choose the one that makes the most sense for you. In the end, the choice is yours, and I will make sure that you are making informed decisions through every step of the process.
As your case progresses, you can expect to be involved. I will stay in contact with you, giving you information about your options and keeping you updated. When you have questions or concerns, I will be here to address them. We will work side by side to get you results. This level of service is provided in broken bone cases involving:
- Car accidents
- Truck accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Uninsured and underinsured motorist accidents
- Bicycle accidents
- Pedestrian accidents
- Dog bites
Schedule Your Free Initial Consultation Today
Contact my law office online or by telephone at 510-371-0975 to talk with a skilled California attorney who knows the law and genuinely wants to help you reach the best possible outcome. All broken bone cases are handled on a contingency basis, so you are not required to pay anything unless we are successful in receiving compensation for your case.