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A broken bone can put you out of commission for weeks. If complications arise, the recovery time may take longer. Broken bones happen because of trauma, impact, or illness. At DiMarco Araujo Montevideo in San Bernardino, we represent clients who suffer from broken bones as a result of workplace injuries and acts of negligence.
Many broken bones or “fractures” are very apparent. They hurt tremendously from the time of impact and the bone may physically jut out of the skin. However, not all fractures are so obvious. There are 206 bones in the adult human body, and a break in any of them may cause a different set of symptoms and complications.
The most common signs of a broken bone include pain or tenderness in the area, swelling, and bruising. Since many of these symptoms may also indicate the presence of a strain or sprain, always seek a professional opinion to diagnose a fracture.
Conditions such as osteoporosis can weaken bones, but even a brittle bone will not break without the force of outside pressure. Some common causes of broken bones include:
In addition to the break itself, broken bones also create the potential for additional complications including:
The risk of side effects and complications associated with broken bones is incredibly high, which is why pursuing a case for fair compensation is so important for injured individuals.
Our firm has over three decades of experience representing individuals with all kinds of injuries including broken bones. We routinely assist clients with:
Compensation available in a bone injury suit may include full medical expenses, lost wages and future income, pain and suffering, and the cost of rehabilitation. The attorneys at DiMarco Araujo Montevideo are prepared to act as your compassionate supporters and steadfast legal counsel.
We never charge upfront fees and only accept payment after we have secured compensation on your behalf. Initial consultations are always free, and our team is willing to come to you at the hospital or at home if necessary. We can’t change the incident that caused your injury, but we can help you start recovering today. For more information about our approach to cases involving broken bones, contact our San Bernardino office.