One of the most common reasons that people search for injury claims lawyers is because they have a broken bone due to someone else’s negligence. Below are the different kinds of fractures that someone can get from an accident and an explanation of the fractures. Broken bones can happen with any kind of accident, so that’s why many people look for a lawyer to help them with a claim when they have a broken bone.
People get injury claims lawyers for a hairline fracture
This kind of fracture happens when there is a crack in your bone which doesn’t continue through the bone and just looks like a hairline. A lot of people may suffer this kind of fracture without knowing that they have got it. But the person who knows that they have one should be very careful since sometimes this kind of fracture can turn into a full break if too much stress is placed on that bone.
People get injury claims lawyers for a simple fracture
This is the kind of fracture in a bone that completely breaks the bone but doesn’t damage nearby tissue or pierce the skin. Generally, this kind of fracture is a displaced. That means that the bones in the exact same shape that’s normally in, which means it doesn’t have to be manipulated. This kind upon might be transverse (which is a crack right across the bone), oblique (a slanted crack across the bone), or it could be longitudinal (the crack is along the bone’s length) .
People get injury claims lawyers for a displaced fracture
This kind of fracture is a broken bone in which the bone is not aligned the way that should be. This kind of fracture is going to have to fixed by a doctor or another medical professional before the person can have a cast put on their limb which has been injured. This is because the injured limb has been put out of alignment due to the break and if it’s not realigned correctly, the person could have deformity in their limb.
Securing injury claims lawyers
Contact Accident Advice Helpline – a personal injury law firm who provide access to justice for victims of non-fault accidents, if you have received a broken bone as a result of an accident for which you were not at fault. To discuss your claim with a member of our expert team dial 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from your mobile
Date Published: 23rd February 2013