Broken Bone Lawsuit in 2024 Updates

A broken bone is painful and can affect your ability to do your job and other activities of your daily life. You can file a broken bone lawsuit if you’re suffering from a broken bone injury as a result of an accident or work-related repetitive motion injury. 

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Common orthopedic injuries

  • Ankle and foot sprains.
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome. 
  • Dislocated shoulder. 
  • Tennis elbow. 
  • Torn ACL. 
  • Torn meniscus. 
  • Torn rotator cuff.
  • Plantar fasciitis. 
  • Stress fracture. 
  • Wrist fracture. 

Symptoms of broken bones

It’s vital for accident victims to seek medical attention after sustaining a bone fracture. However, if the fracture isn’t treated correctly, the injury can lead to dangerous complications. Here are the most common symptoms of broken bones.

    • A bone protruding through the skin. 
    • Inability to move a limb or limited mobility. 
    • Intense pain.
    • Misshapen joint. 
    • Numbness. 

Call 911, if the injured individual has any of the following symptoms:

    • Intensive bleeding.
    • The area below the joint becomes blue, clammy, or pale. 
    • The injured is immobilized at the scene. 
    • There is a broken bone in the back, head, neck, hip, thigh, or pelvis. 

Evidence in bone fracture cases

Before filing a claim for your broken bone settlement, it’s important to collect the important evidence to ensure you will get maximum compensation. Medical evidence is considered convincing in bone fracture cases.

Types of bone fractures

Complete fracture

Where the bone breaks into two pieces.

Comminuted fracture

Where the bone is crushed or broken into more than two pieces.

Compound or open fracture

Where the bone breaks through the skin.

Greenstick fracture

Where the bone cracks only on one side.

Hairline fracture

Where there is a small crack in the bone.

Incomplete fracture

Where the bone partially breaks.

What can I recover for my broken bone claim?

Costs and expenses

Collect all your medical records associated with the accident including doctor's visits, surgeries, medications, or rehabilitative care.

Lost wages

The lost pay that you suffered while recovering. 

Pain and suffering

Long-term pain, emotional suffering, disability, or other quality of life losses. 

Property damage

If the accident that breaks your bone also damages some of your property. 

How do I to calculate the amount I can get in court?

The truth is, nobody really knows how much you can get in court. If you go to a lawyer who predicts a number for you, they typically are trying to tell you what you want to hear for you to sign their paperwork. It is dependent on too many things to give a clear answer. 

Nevertheless, if you want a lawyer who cares about you and the outcome of your broken bone lawsuit, contact Ethen Ostroff. He and his networks ensure you get every dollar possible for what you went through. 

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