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Fracture Injuries

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A fracture is another word to describe broken bones. While a fracture can heal with proper medical attention, the healing process is often extensive, even under the best circumstances. For some injury victims who suffer multiple or compound fractures, or for whom a broken bone prevents them from being able to perform their jobs, broken bones can be even more catastrophic.

There are many different types of accidents that can result in catastrophic injuries like broken bones, and these accidents are often caused by someone else’s negligent or careless behavior. As an experienced Columbus catastrophic injury attorney, I want to make sure you get the compensation you deserve after you suffer a devastating fracture injury.

What is a Fracture?

According to MedlinePlus, a fracture “is a break, usually in a bone.” In situations in which a broken bone punctures through a person’s skin, it is then known as an “open or compound fracture.” While any type of broken bone can have serious and long-term consequences, open or compound fractures can place a person at risk of serious infection and life-long disability. 

Causes of Fractures in Columbus, OH

 What causes fractures in Columbus, Ohio? Broken bones can occur as a result of many different types of accidents and errors, including but not limited to:

  • Car accidents;
  • Truck accidents;
  • Motorcycle accidents;
  • Pedestrian accidents;
  • Falls, including slips and falls;
  • Sports-related accidents; and
  • Overuse.

As MedlinePlus explains, it is essential to seek medical attention immediately for any fracture, regardless of how serious you think it might be. You will need to get an x-ray, you may need to wear a cast, and your fracture may require “plates, pins, or screws to keep the bone in place.” 

Timeline for a Broken Bone Lawsuit in Columbus

You will only have a limited amount of time to file a broken bone injury claim in Columbus. Under Ohio law, the statute of limitations for most personal injury cases is two years from the date of the accident.

However, the statute of limitations in your case may be different depending upon the particular facts surrounding your injury. It is important to get in touch with me as soon as possible to make certain that your broken bone claim is filed in a timely manner. 

Call Me to Seek Compensation for Your Injury 

Suffering a serious fracture in a car accident or a work injury can result in a life-long disability. Even if you are able to seek immediate medical treatment, you may require multiple surgeries, and you may still have difficulty using your arm, leg, or other fractured body part as you could prior to the accident.

It is extremely important to hold the at-fault party accountable for your catastrophic injury. As an experienced and aggressive catastrophic injury lawyer in Columbus, OH, I want to do everything I can to help you seek financial compensation for your losses. I’ll Make Them Pay!® Give me a call today at 877.944.4373 to discuss your catastrophic injury case.

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