Broken Bones and Fractures
A broken bone and fracture may demand serious legal attention
Serious car accident injuries include broken bones and fractures. Depending on the severity, injury victims may require months of rehabilitation or longer. The resulting losses can be significant. You may be forced to take time off from work, resulting in a loss of income. You may face medical bills that quickly escalate.
For experienced legal representation, turn to the Law Offices of James Scott Farrin in North Carolina. We understand how devastating car accident injuries can be for victims. If you or a loved one sustained broken bones or fractures in an auto accident, don't hesitate to contact our offices. Call 1-866-900-7078 today for a free case evaluation.
A closer look at broken bones and fractures
Bone breaks can be categorized in the following ways:
- Complete fracture occurs when a bone breaks in two.
- Incomplete fracture occurs when a bone is partially broken.
- Compound or open fracture occurs when a bone tears through the skin.
- Simple fracture is a hairline crack.
Broken bone injuries may be sustained in head-on collisions, rollover accidents and other types of serious car wrecks. Pedestrians and bicyclists also commonly sustain broken bones and fractures in car accidents.
Broken bones and fractures can have many adverse consequences. A child's development or growth may be affected by the injury. In some cases, a bone may not heal properly, resulting in further medical treatment or even surgery or the implantation of metal plates.
Contact the Law Offices of James Scott Farrin
To arrange a free case evaluation, contact the Law Offices of James Scott Farrin in North Carolina. We understand how to pursue compensation for our clients who are coping with significant injuries due to car accidents. Call or email a North Carolina car accident lawyer today. There is no obligation, and you don’t pay us any attorney’s fee unless you recover compensation.