Personal Injury Cases Involving Broken Bone Injuries

Breaking a bone may seem like as common an injury as stubbing your toe; the truth is, not all broken bones are the same. Some fractures are relatively simple and heal easily; others may affect organs or other parts of the body leading to life-long disability. In situations such as auto accidents, the victim can suffer a wide range of broken bones from fingers and toes, to arms and legs or much more serious bone fractures such as a skull fracture, a broken pelvis and cracked vertebra or even more severe spine injuries.

Regardless of the level or location of the broken bone, in all cases these bones may not heal properly on their own. A broken bone requires x-rays and expert medical attention to restore the bone to as close to its natural state as possible and in many cases this in not fully achievable. This is especially true if the fracture involves a joint. In addition, sufferers of broken bones may endure weeks or months of wearing a cast or brace that renders the bones immobile to allow the bone(s) to heal. Sometimes, this results in time off from work and lost wages.

Rader Law Group, P.L. strives for excellence and gives our clients the personal attention they deserve. We prepare every case for trial, and try cases as necessary. Have a free legal consultation with one of our attorneys to discuss your broken bone case. Our firm works hard to provide outstanding legal representation to our clients and we understand the devastating personal and financial effects of a personal injury.

Remember you have rights that are spelled out under the law. If you have experienced an injury resulting in broken bones and want to know more about your rights please give us a call. All initial consultations are always free with no obligation. Rader Law Group, P.L. can be reached at (954) 913-CASE (2273).

Common Types of Fractures and Broken Bones:

  • Arms
  • Back
  • Elbow
  • Femur
  • Fingers and toes
  • Hand
  • Hip
  • Knee
  • Legs
  • Neck
  • Pelvis
  • Shoulder
  • Skull
  • Vertebra
  • Wrist