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Long Island Broken Bones Attorney
Fractured or broken bones can lead to long-lasting problems that may negatively impact your quality of life and well-being. Sometimes the result of a car accident, a slip and fall, or another dangerous situation, victims of broken or fractured bones can be left with costly medical expenses. Our experienced broken bone lawyers can help you navigate the complicated process of seeking justice and fair compensation for your injuries.
Broken Bone Injuries
These injuries usually require medical treatment and follow-up therapy. Bone breaks can be external or internal. Sometimes surgery is needed to restore functionality to the injured appendage. This might mean the use of internal pins, screws, and rods to keep the broken bones in place as they heal. Treatment of a broken bone depends on the type of fracture that has occurred. The severity of the injury depends on the cause of the accident.

Bone Fractures

Broken bones are usually separated into different categories:

 

  •  Simple Fracture: The bone breaks without damaging surrounding tissues or breaking the skin
  •  Open or Compound Fracture: The bone breaks the skin
  •  Complete Fracture: The bone breaks into two pieces
  •  Incomplete Fracture: The bone breaks, but not into two separate pieces
  •  Greenstick Fracture: The bone is slightly broken as the result of being bent
  •  Stable Fracture: The bone is broken, but the ends line up
  •  Transverse Fracture: The bone is fractured horizontally
  •  Buckle Fracture: The ends of the broken bones are driven into one another
  •  Oblique Fracture: The bone is fractured at an angle
  •  Comminuted Fracture: The bone shatters into 3 or more pieces

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Medical treatments for broken bones can be very expensive. Get in contact with our Long Island broken bone lawyers if you’ve suffered a broken bone through no fault of your own. You may be entitled to financial compensation for your recovery, lost wages, and suffering. Our attorneys are qualified to evaluate and prosecute your case. We know how to build personal injury claims, and have been awarded millions of dollars in settlements, jury verdicts, and arbitration for our clients.

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