Broken & Fractured Bones

California Injury Lawyer

The human body is an incredibly delicate machine. The wrong placement, the wrong pressure and catastrophic injuries can result. One of the most commonly sustained and painful injuries is that of broken bones. No matter whether referring to a fracture, a complete split or even a break so bad that it protrudes through the skin, the ramifications of this can be severe. At Pacific Attorney Group, we recognize how daunting of a process this can be – you can trust that we are deeply committed to providing our clients with the high-quality assistance that you truly deserve as we fight to help you obtain the just compensation that you deserve.

Broken Bones: Common Treatments

Depending on the extent of the injury, there are several different methods that can be utilized for treatment. One of the most common steps in treatment is pain management. Usually for a broken bone, administering ibuprofen can be enough to help handle the pain, however, if the bone is particularly devastating (for example, a broken hip), stronger medication might need to be used.

Immobilization is often the most common way of treating to a broken bone. Usually, this is enough to allow the body to heal on its own. There are several different ways in which immobilization can occur, including, but not limited to, the following:

  • Plaster and fiberglass casts;
  • Splints; and
  • Surgical nails and screws

Sometimes, the bone is broken past the ability of simply immobilization being a useful treatment method. In these situations, surgery might be utilized. Regardless, however, a broken bone is inconvenient, painful and often costly. For this reason, we encourage you to consult with a Adelanto Personal Injury Lawyer from our firm as soon as possible. No matter whether the injury was sustained in a car accident, a slip and fall or another preventable accident, you will be able to be confident knowing that we will be there every step of the way to help you obtain the fair compensation you deserve.

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