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If You’ve Received Broken Bones in Your Car Accident Case

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If You’ve Received Broken Bones in Your Car Accident Case

Posted September 14, 2018

broken bonesWith millions of broken bones occurring in the U.S. every year, there is no surprise that many car accidents will end with these specific injuries that cause disabling effects as you miss time at work recovering and deal with the pain revolving around the injury. The severity of the broken bone will depend upon where it happened and what type of fracture it is. There are many types of fractures including displaced, non-displaced, closed, and open fractures.

Recovering: A Long Process 

Many people think that, because they’ve broken a bone, it’s not a serious injury like a traumatic brain injury or internal organ damage. Therefore, they’ll be back on their feet in no time, right? However, you will find that there are many limitations that come with your broken bones following a car accident and that things concerning these injuries are not as ‘easy’ as they seem.

One of the main rules that any doctor will follow are the rules of reduction, which is realigning the broken bones to ensure that they stay in their rightful position as they heal. The bone will then begin to knit itself back together and heal. Doctors will do whatever it takes to ensure that your bone heals properly, which means that you may be fitted with one of many items, including:

  • Functional brace
  • Cast immobilization

As you are recovering from a broken bone, you will find that it takes several weeks to several months to heal completely. If you have a tedious job where you have to be on your feet or lifting for several hours, you will find that it is not easy to return to your job in the amount of time you might have initially suspected. You might even still have activity limitations after you’ve had your cast removed. From there, you might find that your flexibility and muscle strength has decreased and you might have to become involved in a therapy program. Broken bones are more significant than many people think.

If you have received a broken bone due to an accident, you know that you are dealing with a very serious injury that could lead to months of healing, multiple medical bills, and more. Because of this, you want to ensure that you are working with an attorney who fully understands your case and wants to stand by your side. At Silbowitz Garafola Silbowitz Schatz & Frederick, we are here in your time of need. Call us today for more information on how we can help at 800-395-8343.


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