Were You Injured In A Florida Car Accident?Were there broken bones, spinal cord injuries, death of a loved one from an accident?
Lawyers For Broken Bones From A Car Accident
Broken Arms From a Car Accident:Arms typically break during car accidents because victims have stretched out their hands to brace themselves. Hands and fingers get broken this way as well. Collarbone: This is an extremely painful bone to break. Victims of broken collarbones often require extensive medical treatment and suffer weeks of endless pain.
Broken Ankle From A Car Accident :Fractured ankles occur when you roll, twist, or extend your foot during impact.
Broken Foot From A Car Accident:Your feet are in a vulnerable position during car accidents
Broken Toe From A Car Accident: .During a car accident, your toes may be crushed, twisted, or mangled.
Broken Hand From a Car Accident:Your hand has 27 bones in it and these bones are broken more than any other during car accidents. The loss of your hand can seriously impact your life, making even simple tasks nearly impossible to perform.
Broken Leg From A Car Accident:Broken legs from car accidents are often severe. Like arms, legs are often used to brace yourself when you know the impact is coming. The force of the crash on your extended leg often shatters the bones and requires serious rehabilitation.
Broken Nose From A Car Accident: Broken noses in car accidents are the most common for front seat passengers who may be sitting very close to the air bags when they deploy.
Broken Jaw From A Car Accident:The second most common facial bone to get broken is the jawbone. A broken jaw will hinder your ability to eat or talk for several weeks. It is extremely painful and often requires surgery to fix. If you have suffered a broken bone in a car accident, you need a good personal injury lawyer. Get one at Injury Lawyer Network.
Spinal Cord Injury From A Car AccidentCar accidents can cause a blow to the body causing fractures, dislocations, crushes, or compressed vertebra. When the body experiences trauma to the face, head, and neck the spine will flex beyond the normal range of motion, and the cord may be damaged completely. Severe injury can develop over days or weeks from bleeding, swelling, inflammation, and fluid accumulation in and around the spinal cord. Trauma from a car accident can result in disc injury, which is most common. Paralysis With spinal cord damage, paralysis can occur in varying degrees, which means you’re unable to move underneath the injury site.
- Paralysis in one limb Paralysis one arm and one leg on one side of the body
- Paralysis in both legs – sometimes the pelvis and lower body as well
- Paralysis in both arms and both legs (also known as quadriplegia)
Injury Can Be So Severe As To Cause Immediate Or Eventual DeathThis is called a wrongful death lawsuit and is the result of negligence Speak to a wrongful death car accident lawyer
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