Treatment for some types of bone fractures is not as simple as wearing a cast for a few months and doing a little rehabilitation. Compound, comminuted, and avulsion fractures are extremely serious and may have permanent affects. A fracture is a broken bone. A bone may be completely fractured or partially fractured in any number of ways (crosswise, lengthwise, in multiple pieces). The severity of a fracture usually depends on the force that caused the break.     

     In all fracture injury cases, The Law Office of Todd Rash works with medical professionals and other experts who can evaluate the full extent of your injury and damages, and provide credible testimony to support your case. The Law Office of Todd Rash develops lifecare plans to assess your full financial needs, and works to recover this amount.

  • Stable Fracture: The broken ends of the bone line up and are barely out of place.
  • Open, Compound Fracture: The skin may be pierced by the bone or by a blow that breaks the skin at the time of the fracture. The bone may or may not be visible in the wound.
  • Transverse Fracture: This type of fracture has a horizontal fracture line.
  • Oblique Fracture: This type of fracture has an angled pattern.
  • Comminuted Fracture: In this type of fracture, the bone shatters into three or more pieces.

     The following fractures have the potential to cause long-term, debilitating effects:

  • Broken vertebrae in the neck or back
  • Broken pelvic or hip bones
  • Broken kneecaps
  • Broken wrists
  • Broken ankles
  • Broken Tarsal bones (feet)

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