The foot is one of the more specialized parts of the human body. The foot possesses a big toe that is parallel to the other digits and is not opposable. The foot has an arch which allows the weight to transfer from the heel to the ball of the foot. The foot totals over 25 bones.
Personal injury cases often deal with foot injuries. The complex, fragile nature of the foot, makes foot injures quite common.
The complexity of foot injuries can be significant. In many cases the treatment can take substantial time and medical bills can mount. Many individuals work on their feet which can lead them to miss time from work and make their return to work difficult and painful.
At Herrick & Hart, we have dealt with foot injuries from personal injury cases. We have been helping the injured since 1951. We offer a free consultation on personal injury cases. People who hire personal injury attorneys fare better than those who do not. A personal injury attorney understands the complexity of the court system and can assist you through the process.