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Long-term Complications from Broken Bones

Many accidents result in the victims suffering from broken bones. Although bones are very strong and can withstand intense pressure, there are many quick jolts or blows that can be sustained during an accident that may cause a bone considerable damage. As a result, these bones may sustain severe damage or may contribute to other injuries that require long-term care. This medical care can prove very expensive and may leave an injured individual with high medical bills.

An injury that causes long-term damage to a bone or another part of the body can leave you facing long-lasting recovery costs and problems. For a no-cost consultation with an experienced legal advisor about what legal options may be available after these injuries, contact a Denver personal injury attorney of Hull & Zimmerman, P.C., today at (303) 423-1770.

Permanent or Long-term Health Concerns with Severe Bone Damage

When a person breaks a bone, they may have damaged the bone in varying degrees. Many fractures can be easily repaired over time with the proper medical intervention, allowing for a relatively quick recovery. However, some injuries may be much more serious than these fractures. These can include:

  • Shattering bones, requiring in-depth bone reconstruction
  • Damaging organs due to bone fragments spreading throughout the body
  • Damaging nerves near bones
  • Bone infections

These health complications are very serious and may require significantly more medical care than a more minor bone fracture. However, a person who sustains these injuries because of someone else’s mistakes may be able to file for compensation to cover their treatment costs.

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If your injuries were caused by another person’s reckless or negligent conduct, we may be able to assist you with the process of filing for financial compensation. To learn more about how this compensation may be able to help you recover the costs of long-term medical care, contact a Denver personal injury lawyer of Hull & Zimmerman, P.C., today by calling (303) 423-1770.

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