Anyone who has suffered a fracture injury understands how debilitating a fractured bone can be. Not only do fractured bones cause immense pain, they also often take prolonged periods of time to heal. Some people with fracture injuries experience physical disability even after the injury has healed.
Common types of fractures include: transverse fractures, oblique fractures, impacted fractures, and stress fractures.
Fractures are caused by various incidents and life events. Slip and falls, car crashes, and workplace incidents are all frequently result in fractured bones.
Fracture injuries often require extended medical care and result in workplace earning losses. If you are diagnosed with a bone fracture consult a personal injury attorney as soon as possible to discuss your legal options.