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California Lawyers for Broken Bone Injuries

If you have suffered a bone fracture injury or broken bone as a result of an accident in California that was caused by someone else’s negligent actions, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries. The injury lawyers at Estey & Bomberger have obtained millions of dollars in verdicts and settlements for serious injury victims in California.

Many of our clients have sustained bone fracture injuries, and we have helped them obtain compensation for their medical expenses (past and future), lost earnings, loss of earning capacity, and emotional pain and suffering. If you’re in pain, please call us at 1.800.925.0723 for a free case evaluation with an attorney.

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Compensation For Bone Fracture Injuries

Broken bone injuries can be the result of traffic related accidents (including car accidents, truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, pedestrian accidents and bicycle accidents), slip and fall accidents, construction accidents, staircase falls, and countless other types of accidents. When broken bones are caused by another party’s negligent or reckless actions, victims may be entitled to compensation for their injuries.

Broken Bone Injuries Diagnosis and Treatment

Bone fractures are usually diagnosed with an X-ray. There are standard guidelines in place, which dictate what type of X-ray is required for specific symptoms and breaks. In some cases, the fracture can be diagnosed without an X-ray due to obvious visible trauma or deformity. Depending on the nature of the accident and type of bone fracture, the following types of treatment may be used to facilitate healing:

  • Splints (to discourage movement of the broken limb)
  • Braces (to provide to support the bone)
  • Plaster cast (to provide support and limit mobility)
  • Surgically inserted metal rods or plates (to hold the bone pieces together)
  • Pain relief medication