Fractures occur when more force is applied to the bone than can be absorbed by the bone. Bones are vulnerable when bent. Bone fractures can occur as a result of falls, injuries, or because of a direct impact or attack to the body. Fractures can range from a hairline fracture in the bone to a bone fractured into two or three parts that can no longer be correctly formed. Fractures can occur at the same time as other injuries such as sprains, strains, or dislocations.
The amount of a lawsuit involving broken bones may vary based on the individual circumstances of the situation. In general, if broken bones are the only injury, it is easier to figure out the intensity of the injury than determining the same in cases where soft tissue injuries are also involved. If liability is straightforward and clear, a lawsuit with fractured bones will be settled more quickly than other cases involving more complex injuries.
Our team of lawyers at Hill and Hill Law, who deal with bone fracture related incidents have a high level of expertise in handling your case in the best way possible. We want you to achieve the best results in order to maximize your recovery and increase the overall quality of your life.
Injuries can happen in nearly any circumstance, and come in all shapes and sizes. Rest assured that fracture injuries fall directly under our area of expertise. If you have been the victim of a fracture injury, reach out to a lawyer from Hill and Hill Law who specializes in this domain. Please contact us to find out how you can receive an appropriate compensation for your loss.