Fractures can present a serious financial burden on a family. These injuries, depending on their complexity, may require surgery and rehabilitation, which leads to extensive costs. If you recently suffered an injury and believe someone else is legally responsible, contact the Savannah broken bone injury attorneys at Butler Wooten & Peak LLP today to schedule a free review of your legal options.
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Bones are rigid structures that can bend somewhat in response to trauma. However, when a force becomes too much, the bones will break, leading to pain and other symptoms. Fractures range in severity and come in many different types. In some cases, bones simply crack, and in others, they may shatter entirely. The most common types of fractures include:
Fractures are common injuries. According to the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, fractures are responsible for around 16% of all musculoskeletal injuries in the United States and 6.3 million occur each year in the United States.
Due to the diverse nature of these types of injuries, fractures can have many possible causes. However, the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons highlights the following as the most common:
Determining liability for a fracture depends on the unique circumstances and factors that surround the case. Generally, fracture claims arise when another person or party commits negligence. Under the basic laws that govern personal injury, a person may collect damages in a fracture claim when the following elements apply:
Fracture claims, depending on their unique nature, may involve many different sub areas of the law. For example, litigating a fracture case may require knowledge of the tort system, as well as the laws that govern Georgia product liability, premises liability, car accident law, and more. The attorneys at Butler Wooten & Peak LLP have the experience necessary to handle these types of cases. If you or a loved one recently suffered harm and believe that someone else may be responsible, contact us to schedule a free review of your legal options today.
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