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Fractures Injury Lawyer

A bone isn’t necessarily any less severely injured because it didn’t break completely – sometimes, it’s only differently injured.
Fractures often result from accidental injuries, be they via automobile collision, slip-and-fall incident, an assault, or other traumatic incident. A cracked or partially broken bone is known as an “incomplete fracture”. Relatively minor injuries can cause what are known as “hairline fractures,” fracturing that cracks but does not break completely through the bone. A “green stick fracture” is marked by the bone breaking only along one side. Both usually require immobilization.
Oppositely, a “complete fracture” breaks the bone into multiple pieces, such as a “simple fracture” that breaks the bone in two. A “multiple fracture” breaks the bone into several fragments. Complete fractures are almost always treated with immobilization, but can sometimes require the addition of pins, screws, and plates that hold the bone together.
Never take a fracture lightly. Even a minor fracture can make such simple activities as household chores and looking after one’s children and loved ones into sources of immense pain and discomfort. The time you spend immobilized is time you may not be able to spend earning a living. Contact a Personal Injury Lawyers representative immediately, if you’ve suffered an accident or injury resulting in fractured bones. We’ve tried cases involving these injuries by the hundreds, and will be glad to flexibly arrange a free consultation around your schedule to discuss your case with our respectful attention to detail.

Fractures Injury Lawyer

A bone isn’t necessarily any less severely injured because it didn’t break completely – sometimes, it’s only differently injured.
Fractures often result from accidental injuries, be they via automobile collision, slip-and-fall incident, an assault, or other traumatic incident. A cracked or partially broken bone is known as an “incomplete fracture”. Relatively minor injuries can cause what are known as “hairline fractures,” fracturing that cracks but does not break completely through the bone. A “green stick fracture” is marked by the bone breaking only along one side. Both usually require immobilization.
Oppositely, a “complete fracture” breaks the bone into multiple pieces, such as a “simple fracture” that breaks the bone in two. A “multiple fracture” breaks the bone into several fragments. Complete fractures are almost always treated with immobilization, but can sometimes require the addition of pins, screws, and plates that hold the bone together.
Never take a fracture lightly. Even a minor fracture can make such simple activities as household chores and looking after one’s children and loved ones into sources of immense pain and discomfort. The time you spend immobilized is time you may not be able to spend earning a living. Contact a Personal Injury Lawyers representative immediately, if you’ve suffered an accident or injury resulting in fractured bones. We’ve tried cases involving these injuries by the hundreds, and will be glad to flexibly arrange a free consultation around your schedule to discuss your case with our respectful attention to detail.