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Broken Bones from a Semi Truck Accident

An Aggressive Attorney to Protect Rights of Truck Accident Victims

Orthopedic injuries relate to the bones and the connective tissue that connects muscle to bones, such as tendons and ligaments. Our truck accident attorneys have experience with the medical details of such cases. We will keep fighting for you.

Bones can break in different ways. A complete fracture is one in which the bone breaks into two or more pieces. An incomplete fracture is one in which the bone is cracked, but not broken all the way through.  There are also simple fractures, in which a bone breaks without damaging surrounding tissue. And there are compound fractures, in which the bone breaks through the skin. All types of bone fractures need medical treatment and can limit your mobility for weeks or months.

Some orthopedic injuries present life-threatening situations, such as those related to the spinal cord, leading to partial paralysis. A broken rib can puncture a lung, causing breathing difficulties. A skull fracture could cause brain damage. Other orthopedic injuries may only affect a single finger on one hand. Yet even that can prevent a person from performing a job to support a family.

Broken bones:

  • May require surgery or implantation of metal plates
  • Don't always heal properly, leading to additional medical procedures
  • Can render someone unable to work for months at a time
  • Can significantly influence a child injury victim's growth and development

If you've suffered broken bones in a truck accident, our attorneys will fight to get you the compensation you need and deserve.  This includes compensation for current and future medical treatment, as well as lost wages and other damages.

Contact an 18 Wheeler Truck Accident Lawyer with Our Firm

At Smith & Hassler, an experienced personal injury attorney will assist you or your loved one with your case. Call (713) 739-1250 for your free personal injury consultation today.

Remember, your initial consultation is free, and you don't pay us unless you win.