BROKEN BONE INJURIES
Modesto Broken Bone Injury Experts
Broken bone injuries can be caused by a variety of different traumatic accidents such as:
Most Common Types Of Breaks
A comminuted Fracture is a bone that has been shattered, splintered, or crushed into more than two pieces.
The fracture occurs when there has been some kind of crushing force on the bone and can happen anywhere along the bone.
It mostly occurs in elderly people or people who already have a bone weakening condition.
A simple fracture, also called a closed fracture, is any type of fracture that has broken into two pieces, and has not broker through the skin.
This fracture can be traverse (straight across), oblique (at an angle), or spiral (the bone has been twisted).
A compound fracture, also known as an open fracture, occurs when the skin has been broken through.
Knee and other joint injuries are often different from broken bones, but may lead to similar types of debilitating and life changing consequences.
You or your loved ones may endure severe pain and suffering, incur significant loss of income, and become indebted with major medical bills.
When broken bones or knee injuries are caused by the negligence of others, you deserve just compensation.
If you’ve been injured, your well being comes first. Your rights are next. At Rancaño Law, PLC we bring more than 30 years of experience representing victims of broken bone injuries.
DON'T LET THE BILLS PILE UP
Broken bone injuries must be treated and immobilized immediately following the injury. This can get expensive quickly, and you need a competent legal team to help get you the compensation you deserve.
Call us today for a free consultation to see how we can help you.
Have You Suffered A Broken Bone Due To Negligence?
Our firm has successfully represented and fought for clients in hundreds of such cases. We will fight until the end to make sure you receive full compensation for your losses. And we will go to trial to take on major corporations and insurance companies if necessary. Let us take care of every detail so you can concentrate on the most important part – your recovery.