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Skechers Shape-ups Injury Lawyers: Broken Leg Injuries

Skechers Shape-ups can cause serious leg fractures and can occur from repeated daily wear of Shape-ups or from tripping or falling in the rocker-bottom toning shoes. Although a leg fracture may not seem as serious as other types of injuries, such as a head injury, a severe leg fracture can negatively affect an individual’s physical, emotional, and financial state. Victims must often undergo multiple surgeries to correct bone damage and are often faced with months, even years of recovery. Daily activities like driving and walking may not be possible and a victim may not be able to return to work as a result of his or her leg injury.

What to do after suffering a Serious Skechers Shape-ups Leg Fracture

If you suffered a leg fracture as a result of wearing Skechers Shape-ups, help is available, however, you must not talk to anyone before talking to a competent Skechers Shape-ups broken leg lawyer. After reviewing your case, a personal injury lawyer can inform you of your legal rights, answer any questions you may have about the accident and injury, and determine your eligibly to file a lawsuit against Skechers.

Types of Damages

Filing a lawsuit allows you the opportunity to recover monetary compensation from Skechers for injury-related damages. The types of damages recoverable in a personal injury claim, include surgery, hospital stays, doctor visits, diagnostic tests, medicine, medical equipment, therapy, lost earnings and wages, impaired earing capacity, diminished quality of life, and pain and suffering.

What you may need to provide to a Skechers Shape-ups Injury Lawyer

Be prepared to provide a Skechers Shape-ups broken leg lawyer with the shoes you were injured in and if possible, the packaging the shoes came in. You may also need to provide a copy of your medical records documenting your injury and a proof of time off work. If you have pictures of your injury and the location of where your injury occurred, provide those to your lawyer as well.

Filing a lawsuit against a large corporation like Skechers requires extensive legal expertise, which is why when selecting a lawyer, select a personal injury lawyer with a proven record of success in litigating complex product liability (area of law governing dangerous products) cases. Quality legal representation can make a difference in the outcome of your case and is within your reach. Almost all personal injury lawyers will take your case on a no fee, no win basis.  

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Michael Bomberger

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