Leg Injuries

Leg Injuries After an Accident: Know Your Rights

An accident involving a serious leg injury can be life changing and overwhelming for accident victims and their families. When someone injures their leg in a car accident or other motor vehicle accident or when they’re hurt on the job, the injury can result in a lifelong, debilitating, chronic issue.

People who suffer injuries to their legs, knees, feet, or ankles can face steep medical bills, challenging and lengthy recoveries, and a loss of income while out of work. In severe cases, people may not be able to return to work at all, significantly impacting their financial stability.

If you’ve suffered a leg injury in an accident caused by someone else, you have the right to seek compensation to cover your medical bills and related expenses. Reach out to Dale E. Anstine, the personal injury law firm thousands of accident victims choose to fight for their rights. We have a solid track record helping leg injury victims involved in:

Contact us today and get a fighter on your side!

Common Leg Injuries

For 40 years, our personal injury attorneys have represented accident victims with a wide range of leg injuries. We have helped victims win their personal injury cases for various injuries including:

  • Work-related overuse injuries
  • Knee injuries
  • Foot and ankle injuries
  • Broken bones
  • Fractured bones
  • Muscle sprains
  • Ligament tears
  • Dislocations
  • Meniscus tears

Many leg injuries share similar symptoms – leg pain and swelling, difficulty walking, tenderness, bruising, and redness. Severe leg injuries may result in deformities and even amputation. If you injured your leg in an accident, call your doctor or seek medical attention immediately, then call the personal injury lawyers at Dale E. Anstine. Insurance companies may try to settle your injury claim quickly – do not let them pressure you to settle.

Leg Injury Road to Recovery

After an accident that results in a leg injury, the accident victim has a long road of recovery ahead of them, if they ever fully recover at all. Leg injuries can cause lifelong problems like bad knees, difficulty walking, or the reliance on a cane, walker, or wheelchair.

Traumatic accidents such as car or motorcycle accidents can result in lingering pain that permanently affects the victim's lifestyle. Leg injuries can prevent people from enjoying their interests and hobbies. Older victims are particularly at risk for leg injuries and long-term health problems if they suffer from osteoporosis or arthritis. Fractures take longer to heal for older adults, and the recovery process can be frustrating.

If you were involved in an accident that injured your leg, your doctor may recommend physical therapy, surgery, a splint or brace, skin grafts, or compression therapy. For severe injuries, victims may even experience paralysis or the loss of the leg by amputation.

Dale E. Anstine: Your Personal Injury Attorneys in York, PA

If you or a family member suffered a leg injury in an auto accident, truck accident, motorcycle accident, or at work or because of the negligence of someone else, you have rights. Contact the personal injury law firm of Dale E. Anstine today!

Our dedicated team of personal injury and workers’ comp attorneys can help you seek compensation for your medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering. Let us worry about the legal aspects of your case while you focus on getting healthy.

We are available 24/7 and offer free consultations. During our consultation, we will do a thorough case review and determine if someone is liable for your injury. We work hard for our clients and never charge a fee unless we win the case.

With more than four decades of experience representing leg injury victims in Central Pennsylvania, we know the complexities of the state legal system. We are aggressive in going after what our clients deserve and approach each case as if we were going to trial. Do not settle for less after your injury – contact us today!


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