Fracture And Broken Bones Accidents

Colorado personal injury attorneys helping victims of accidents

After an accident, if you experience swelling, bruising, and/or visible deformation around a painful area, you might have a fractured bone. Fractures can often lead to chronic pain, and they can even result in permanent decrease in or complete loss of function for the body parts involved.

A fracture can take several weeks to several months to heal, so getting compensation from your insurance company is vital. No matter how long the recovery takes, the process can be summed up simply: the bones need to be held in place so they can “knit” themselves back together. The broken bone sometimes needs a cast, and it sometimes something more elaborate like surgically-added external or internal pins.

Speak to an experienced personal injury attorney

If someone else is responsible for your fracture, it is extremely important to meet with a personal injury attorney who can help you receive compensation to help pay for hospital bills and lost wages. Our team of experienced Denver car accident attorneys and personal injury attorneys at Foster, Graham, Milstein & Calisher, LLP can help. Call (303) 333-9810 for a free consultation.