Injuries to bones in car accidents call for aggressive representation
Depending on the severity, fractures and broken bones can lead to a painful and long rehabilitation period, resulting in loss of wages and other potential financial setbacks. A broken femur, for example, can keep an accident victim off his or her feet for months. Even a less serious hairline fracture can still create hardships.
The insurance companies may try to limit your compensation. At Meade Injury Law Group, our experienced car accident attorneys in Tennessee can examine all the details in your case and consult with the appropriate medical experts in our pursuit of maximum compensation. For experienced legal assistance, call (423) 464-7779 or reach us online today.
How fractures, broken bone accidents occur
Auto accidents, tractor trailer crashes and motorcycle wrecks are examples of accidents that, when severe enough, typically result in fractures and broken bones. Other types of personal injury accidents that result in broken bones and fractures include:
- Slip and falls
- Accidents in the workplace, such as a fall from a roof
- Bicycle accidents
- Injuries to children at playgrounds
Fractures or broken bones may involve any of the following:
- Bone breaking in two, known as a complete fracture
- Bone partially breaks, known as an incomplete fracture
- Bone tears through the skin, known as a compound or open fracture
- Hairline crack, known as a simple fracture
Broken bones and fractures can have a long-term effect on the injury victim:
- A victim may be unable to work for months at a time or even longer.
- A child’s development or growth may be affected.
- A bone may not heal properly, leading to additional medical procedures.
- The injury may require surgery or implantation of metal plates.
At Meade Injury Law Group, we’re prepared to help you. In building the strongest case possible, we pore over the medical details of such cases and consult with medical professionals who are advocates for victims.
Contact a personal injury attorney
At Meade Injury Law Group, serving the Tri-Cities area in Tennessee, we can put our vast resources and years of experience to work on your behalf. Call (423) 464-7779 for your free and confidential initial consultation. There’s no obligation.