Bone fractures can occur in serious
car accidents and may leave victims debilitated for extended periods of time. Bone fractures
have many different classifications depending on the location, severity
and type. There are 206 bones in the human body, all of which are breakable.
First, the bone fracture can be classified as either open or closed. Simply
put, an open fracture involves an open wound and a closed fracture does
not. Once that is determined, it can then be determined what the type
of fracture is.
Types of Bone Fractures
These types can be sustained in virtually any anatomical region of the
body. The most common types of bone fractures are:
Complete - In comparison to an incomplete fracture, a complete fracture is when
the fragments of the bone are completely separated from each other.
Spiral - Oddly enough, it is possible for bones to twist. When at least part of
the bone has been twisted the fracture can be classified as spiral.
Comminuted - These types of fractures occur when the bone shatters into a number of
Impacted - Like it sounds, impacted fractures are classified by different bone fragments
being forced into each other by a high level of trauma.
Treatments for Broken Bones
Broken bones sometimes need surgery to repair. You may need to have pins
inserted into the fractured bone in order for the bones to grow back together
properly, or you may simply just need a cast. Whatever the case, broken
bones are serious and are cause for a personal injury claim if your car
accident was caused, at least partially, by the negligence of another driver.
How a Broken Bone Lawyer Can Help
A San Jose broken bone attorney from Habbas & Associates can help if
you have been injured in a car accident. Broken bones could require extensive
medical treatment that needs to be paid for as well as possible rehabilitation
services and lost wages for recovery time you had to take off of work.
If you were not responsible for your injuries then we believe you shouldn't
be the one paying for them.
Broken bones are among the more serious
car accident injuries, so you are absolutely entitled to legal help after these types of injuries.
Our firm has more than 175 years of experience helping victims of car
accidents obtain the recovery that they are entitled to and we can do
the same for you. Our firm is trusted time and time again to deliver a
high quality of legal professionalism to all of our clients, which is
exactly what you will get should you become our client.
Call Habbas & Associates today if you want to increase your chances of obtaining a maximum recovery
for your injuries!