Fractured bone injuries can have a significant physical and emotional impact on a person and their effect on someone’s social, personal, and professional life can be devastating.  These injuries can result in long-term chronic pain, significant medical and therapeutic treatments, and serious financial implications when the ability to perform your work duties is impacted. 

Fractured bone injuries occur when the integrity of a bone is compromised, resulting in a partial or complete break.  These injuries can occur in slip and fall accidents, motor vehicle accidents, recreational or sport accidents, ATV or snowmobile accidents, bicycle accidents, amongst others. 

Injuries from Fractures

There are a number of fracture injuries that can occur, including:

  • Open or compound fracture
  • Traverse fracture
  • Stable fracture
  • Oblique fracture
  • Spiral fracture
  • Hairline fracture
  • Comminuted fracture
  • Stress fracture 
  • Impacted fracture
  • Avulsion fracture

Fractured bone injuries can occur to bones located in any part of the body, such as the arms, legs, hips, spine, and skull.  While the impact these injuries will have will differ depending on the type of injury, the bone in question and how it relates to daily function.  Some fractures will be able to heal on their own, while others could require multiple surgeries.

Yukon Fracture Injury Lawyers

If you or a loved one has suffered a fractured bone due to someone else’s negligence, our experienced lawyers can help make sure that you get what you are entitled to from the insurance company.  Contact our lawyers today for a free consultation about your case.