Broken Bones and Fractures – Orlando Personal Injury Attorney

Suffering a broken bone, bruise or fracture in an accident can have a tremendous impact on your life, from being unable to work to undergoing time-consuming and painful physical therapy. If you or a loved one has experienced orthopedic injury as a result of someone’s negligence, contact a personal injury attorney at Kramer Law as soon as possible.

Fractures and broken bones can happen in an instant, due to a slip or fall, an auto accident, theme park accident , construction accidents or other situation. The injury may seem small right now, but it can quickly turn into a serious or disabling injury. Costly surgeries, therapies and medications may ensue, as well as lost wages and the inability to function without the help of others.

Our Orlando injury attorneys can meet at your convenience to evaluate the appropriate procedures for a lawsuit, settlement or initial workers’ compensation or short-term disability claim. Treatment for broken bones and fractures can be expensive, as victims often need surgery, bone grafts, casts and physical therapy. Our success is documented in recovering full medical and rehabilitation costs. We aggressively seek compensation for any loss of income now and in the future, and damages for your pain and suffering.

Speak with an experienced Florida attorney at our firm today.
Call 855-Kramer-Now (855-572-6376)

Why It Is Important Not to Settle Too Soon in a Bone Fracture Case

Many victims who suffer orthopedic injuries are susceptible to loss of mobility, increased pain and distress, and post-traumatic arthritis over time. To make sure you are fully protected, a qualified personal injury lawyer should carefully examine and consider future medical costs and other related damages before settlement.

Many accidents that cause physical damage can harm not only the skeletal structure but also the surrounding tissue, ligaments, and organs. Broken or fractured bones may take months to heal, ruining current or future plans while you rehabilitate the injury.

Sometimes other wounds or re-injuries take place if a person tries to move or go to work sooner than a doctor orders. Complicated breaks may require surgery to realign the broken bone and to insert wires, plates or screws into the broken bone to maintain proper positioning as it heals.

If you have suffered a bone fracture or another orthopedic injury, an experienced injury attorney at Kramer Law will provide a prompt case assessment and answer any questions you may have. We will make sure you are medically taken care of, and take action to ensure you receive full and fair compensation for your injuries.

Bones Susceptible to Breaks and Fractures

We handle claims involving all types of debilitating breaks and bone fractures including:

  • Broken or fractured legs – femur (thigh bone), patella (kneecap), tibia (shinbone), fibula
  • Broken necks and backs, spinal fractures
  • Head and facial bones, including the nose, jaw, teeth, cheekbones and eye sockets
  • Fractured or crushed skull
  • Fractured or broken joints
  • Fractured or broken ribs
  • Broken arms, wrists and hands
  • Broken shoulder bones
  • Damages to associated structures, such as muscles, organs and ligaments

Seeking Full Compensation for Broken Bones and Fractures

Waiting for a broken bone or fracture to heal before pursuing legal action can cut into any compensation you may recover in a claim. Florida legislation is particular on what damages can be pursued and which liable parties can be sued in a personal injury lawsuit.

Each Orlando personal injury attorney at Kramer Law is knowledgeable of the laws and the prosecution that best suits your case. Every case is different, however, which means you need to contact us as soon as possible to review the evidence leading to your condition.

We offer a free consultation and flexible hours with staff on hand to answer your call at any time. Give Kramer Law a call today at 855-Kramer-Now (855-572-6376) or contact us here.

Altamonte Springs Office
999 Douglas Avenue
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Altamonte Springs, FL 32714
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Orlando, FL 32801
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