Broken Bones

Broken Bones After Car And Motorcycle Accidents

Each year, there are more than 3 million car accidents in the United States. The types of accident injuries people suffer from vary depending on the severity of the accident, but it’s always important to contact an experienced attorney. An experienced Los Angeles accident attorney can help you receive the compensation you deserve after suffering broken bones and other accident injuries.

When people in California think about bone injuries, they often only think about broken bones. In reality, an experienced attorney can help recover compensation for a variety of bone injuries, including:

  • Traumatic bone fracture: When an individual has a medical condition such as osteoporosis, he or she may be more susceptible to broken bones in a car or motorcycle accident.
  • Open bone fracture: When a bone breaks through the skin, it is referred to as an open bone fracture. Open bone fractures in arms and legs are common in car accidents and require immediate medical attention.
  • Closed fracture: A closed fracture occurs when a bone is broken and does not break through the skin. Some people suffer from several closed bone fractures in one accident.

In addition to the injuries listed above, accident victims may also suffer from incomplete fractures, hairline bone fractures, stress fractures and shattered or twisted bones.

If you suffered a broken bone, or if you have bone or joint pain after an accident, contact an experienced Los Angeles attorney who can help you fight for the compensation you may be entitled. Call 800-724-6294 to schedule your initial consultation.

The Importance Of Seeking Medical Attention After Breaking Bones

The adult human body has 206 bones. The hands and feet comprise roughly half of those bones, with 27 bones in each hand and 26 bones in each foot. Because there are so many bones, an accident victim may break one bone without realizing it. If you have hand or foot pain after an accident, it’s important to contact a doctor, even if you think you’re okay.

If you do not seek medical attention right away, the insurance adjuster may argue that you were not injured in the accident and may attempt to deny providing the compensation you deserve. Not only does seeking medical attention help ensure you are able to receive the compensation you need, but it can also help prevent lifelong pain.

Speak with our Los Angeles Broken Bone Attorney Today

After a car or motorcycle accident, contacting an experienced Los Angeles attorney can help ensure you protect your right to compensation. Schedule your free initial consultation by calling 800-724-6294.