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An orthopedic injury can be defined as many types of injuries. Common orthopedic injuries are: achilles tendinitis, acl injuries, arthritis of the foot & ankle, arthritis of the hand, bunions, bursitis/rotator cuff tendinitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, chronic shoulder pain, hip bursitis, hip fracture, hip impingement, labral tear of the shoulder, mcl injuries, pcl injuries, plantar fasciitis, posterior impingement of the ankle, rotator cuff tear, stress fractures of the foot & ankle, tendinitis of the wrist and wrist fractures
A bone fracture can be the result of high force impact or stress, or a minimal trauma injury as a result of certain medical conditions that weaken the bones. Types of fractures are closed fracture, open fracture, transverse fracture, spiral fracture, comminuted fracture, impacted fracture, greenstick fracture and oblique fracture.
The diagnosis of these fracture usually consists of x-rays and the treatment can be a cast or complicated medical hardware insured to hold he bones together as they heal.
Besides being extremely painful, it is very difficult to function when you fracture your dominant wrist and have a cast on it. Who will pay the bills? Who will clean the house? When my medical hardware is removed, who will pay for rehabilitation? These are common questions we hear on a regular basis. Our lawyers will have the answers.
Accidents like slip and falls and high speed motor vehicle accidents are the most common cases where broken bones occur.
If you or a loved one has suffered an orthopedic injury and you believe it was caused or aggravated by the negligence of someone else, please call our office today. Our Injury lawyers have experience with this type injury and will use a multifaceted team of medical experts to assist in the assessment and recovery process.
Contact our office today for a free consultation. Our lawyers attempt to return calls in 24 hour notice.