Serious Joint Injuries Can Be Difficult to Heal
Fair Oaks and Citrus Heights, California, Personal Injury Lawyers
Serious injuries to joints and ligaments aren’t always immediately diagnosed after a car accident. If you were recently in an accident, and now suffer from stiffness, immobility or unusual pain, you may have suffered damage to ligaments or cartilage that will not be seen on a routine X-ray.
After a car accident, the most important consideration must be diagnosing your injuries, treating those injuries and ultimately recovering from those injuries. Once this has been accomplished, we will aggressively help you receive full and fair compensation for your injuries and damages. At Ashton & Price, we understand that must be afforded exemplary medical care before you can reasonably entertain a monetary settlement.
We will make sure you have access to Northern California’s best specialists for a complete diagnosis and treatment of your joint and ligament injury. In most cases, you will not need medical insurance and there are no out-of-pocket expenses* for treatment. After we understand the extent of your injury, we will begin negotiations for a full and fair settlement.
- Free Consultation
- No Attorney Fee Unless You Win
Contact us to discuss your shoulder, knee or joint injury with one of our personal injury litigation attorneys. Since 1996, we have recovered more than $100 million dollars in settlements and jury awards for clients in Fair Oaks, Citrus Heights, throughout the Sacramento metro region, and all over Northern California.
We handle personal injury claims for shoulder, knee, joint and ligament injuries resulting from:
- Auto, truck and motorcycle accidents
- Bicycle and pedestrian accidents
- Boating and recreational vehicle accidents
- Medical malpractice, birth injuries, shoulder dysplasia
We invite you to learn more about our practice at these information centers:
- FAQ — Personal injury and wrongful death
- Motor vehicle accidents practice center
- Spinal cord injuries practice center
*In the event you elect to receive medical diagnosis and/or treatment on a lien basis, your health care provider will be entitled to payment at the conclusion of your case, from your settlement or jury award.