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The skeleton can withstand significant punishment. However, when bones break, victims may face a long road to recovery. Sadly, many of those who suffer broken bones are not at fault for their injuries. Our Dallas broken bone attorneys can help them get justice and compensation for their losses.

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At Crain Brogdon, LLP we work diligently to recover the highest compensation available for our clients. Our goal is to always seek every dollar our clients deserve. We are skilled personal injury attorneys with a record of compensation recovery that you can rely on.

At Crain Brogdon, LLP we are:

  • Recognized as leaders of and contributors to the legal industry and its growth
  • Responsible for recovering over $350,000,000 for our clients
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Like thousands of clients before, you can rely on the high-quality legal services our attorneys provide. Call 214-522-9404 and let our team of experienced and caring personal injury lawyers show you what Crain Brogdon, LLP can do for you.

Losses Caused by Fractured and Broken Bones

There are hundreds of bones in the human body. However, only a handful are typically broken or fractured. Unsurprisingly, these are the bones people rely on the most throughout the day.

The most commonly broken bones tend to be:

  • The collarbone
  • Bones of the arm
  • Wrist bones
  • The hip bone
  • Ankle bones
  • Bones of the foot
  • Bones of the hand
  • Finger and toe bones.

About six million people suffer from broken bones each year. So it is likely you or someone you know has experienced one. And you may be familiar with some of the losses involved.

Economic Damages

Broken bones can cause immense financial losses to individuals. Extensive medical treatment, including surgery, can lead to insurmountable medical costs. Medication for pain relief and bone repair coupled with the cost of physical therapy can easily lead to financial ruin for victims and their families.

On top of medical expenses, people who suffer a broken or fractured bone typically must take time off work or work a significantly reduced schedule. This loss of wages can last months or years and destroy an individual’s life.

These and other economic damages that broken bone injury victims face are all compensable, meaning you can seek compensation for them.

Non-Economic Damages

Non-economic losses are also compensable. If your broken bone is the fault of another, Texas law allows you to pursue compensation for any non-pecuniary loss related to the injury. Listed alongside this catchall provision are examples of non-economic damages such as:

  • Pain and suffering
  • Mental anguish
  • Emotional pain
  • Disfigurement
  • Physical impairment
  • Loss of companionship and society.

Even though these losses are not financial in nature, victims of broken bones can seek justice for them in the form of financial compensation.

Punitive Damages

The court uses punitive damages to punish wrongdoers for particularly dangerous behavior. To seek punitive damages, your bone fracture lawyer would have to prove that the person who injured you acted maliciously in some way. Mere negligence is not enough. More than an unreasonable error is required.

Take drunk driving. Driving under the influence of alcohol is not mere negligence. It is a conscious disregard for the safety of others. Hence, Texas courts allow victims of broken bones caused by drunk drivers to seek punitive damages against them.

Understanding What You Are Entitled to

It is important for you to understand the full extent of what you may be entitled to. Without this knowledge, it will be impossible to recover a just amount of compensation.

You can never expect an insurance company adjuster to inform you of the full scope of your compensable damages. And they surely won’t speak to you about punitive damages. A broken bone and fracture injury lawyer cares about your losses and will seek compensation from all available sources.

Accidents that Lead to Broken and Fractured Bones

Broken and fractured bones occur in all manner of accidents. As you can imagine, the most serious breaks and fractures occur when great traumatic force is exerted upon a victim. With that being said, disease and deterioration can also lead to broken bones or make bones more susceptible to breaking.

Motorcycle Accidents

Motorcyclists are at a higher risk of breaking or fracturing a bone than passengers in cars. Protection exists for the head and skin but not really for the bones. In addition to breaks and fractures, motorcyclists may also face crushing injuries to their bones and amputations.

Car Accidents

Broken and fractured bones are common in car accidents. The enormous power of the forces that are generated easily breaks bodies. Seat belts help save lives, but they don’t always provide complete protection from broken bone injuries. As with motorcycle accidents, car accidents also cause crushing injuries and amputations.

Truck Accidents

Commercial trucks are powerful masters of the road. It is all but miraculous for accidents involving these machines to not produce injuries, particularly broken bones. There are high standards truckers must meet to keep people safe from accidents, but some truckers are negligent and cause serious crashes.

Bicycle and Pedestrian Accidents

Bicyclists and pedestrians are the most vulnerable members of any traffic scene. The effects of negligence are compounded upon them because they lack protection. Cars going at slower speeds still have the ability to cause pedestrians’ and cyclists’ bones to break.

Slip and Fall Accidents

Slip and fall accidents include accidents that happen on another party’s premises and are commonly referred to as premises liability cases.

The proverbial banana peel incident is but one example of an accident that might be considered a slip and fall. Tripping over a damaged stair step and falling through a rotted-out second-story floor are also slip and fall examples that can lead to broken bones.

Dangerous Products

Businesses that provide unreasonably dangerous products to consumers can be held liable for the losses they cause. The case books are full of products that have led to broken and fractured bones, including faulty ladders, defective handrails, defective tires, and many other products.

Regardless of how your broken bone injury occurred, your right to compensation utterly depends on your ability to demonstrate that another person caused your accident. This task is well within the wheelhouse of an experienced broken bone and fracture injury lawyer.

How a Dallas Broken Bone Lawyer Can Help

Demanding Justice from Those Who Cause Injury

One of the primary reasons for hiring a broken bone and fracture injury lawyer to represent you is to have them build and present a strong case. Accomplishing this task requires them to first establish fault for the accident that led to your bone injuries. Depending on the circumstances of your case, proving liability may require:

  • Hiring licensed investigators
  • Hiring experts for re-creations, analysis, and testimony
  • Taking depositions
  • Communicating back and forth with insurance company adjusters and attorneys.

Additionally, you contract the services of a lawyer so you will never have to worry about complying with claim procedures and regulations. At Crain Brogdon, LLP we manage every aspect of your case and give you the assurance that we are faithfully representing your interests in a competent manner.

Call our Dallas office today at 214-522-9404 to learn what you can do about a broken or fractured bone injury. A Dallas broken bone attorney is ready to listen.

Types of Broken Bones

Various classifications of broken bones exist. Each occurs according to a specific type and amount of force. Regardless of their classification, broken bones can lead to debilitation and significant loss.

Although there are many different types of fractures, the most common ones include:

  • Stable fractures — ends of the broken bone are in alignment
  • Compound fractures — skin is broken and the bone may protrude
  • Transverse fractures — horizontal line at the fracture
  • Comminuted fractures — bone broken into many pieces
  • Pathologic fractures — caused by a disease weakening the bone
  • Spiral fractures — twisted bone at the break
  • Stress fractures — hairline cracking.

In some cases, injury victims may not be aware they have suffered a broken bone. For this reason, it is crucial that you seek medical attention if you experience significant blunt-force trauma. In some instances, victims may need a thorough medical examination to rule out the presence of a broken bone.

What to Do After Someone Causes You A Broken Bone Injury

Swift Action Protects You and Your Right to Compensation

A broken bone can be a life-threatening situation, so you should seek immediate medical treatment to stabilize your situation. Doing so will greatly benefit the healing process and provide direct proof of the injury’s existence and time of occurrence.

Without this medical proof, an insurance company or defense attorney could successfully dispute the source of your injuries. They may also be able to argue that you exacerbated your injury at some point between the time of the accident and getting treatment.

In many cases, you’ll likely be better off filing a police report of your accident. If it occurred in traffic, then calling the police is mandatory. If your injury happens at a business, report the accident to a person in charge.

Once your situation has stabilized, contact a broken bone injury lawyer as soon as possible to maximize your potential recovery for compensation.

Frequently Asked Questions

The following questions and answers may help you understand the claims process. Please reach out anytime if you need more answers.

Is there a time limit for broken bone lawsuits?

Yes. In most instances, the time limit, also known as the statute of limitations, is two years from the date of the injury. This deadline makes it important to act quickly when you suffer a broken bone or fracture.

If your injury occurred more than two years in the past, you may still have a case. Contacting a broken bone injury lawyer is a good way to determine whether your case may still be viable.

How much does a Dallas broken bone lawyer charge?

At Crain Brogdon, LLP we offer our clients a contingency-fee agreement, which means our final fee for services depends on the total of your compensation award. This type of agreement is much easier on our clients because there are no upfront payments required.

What is my broken bone claim worth?

It depends on the losses your broken bone has caused in your life. As mentioned earlier, broken and fractured bones lead to various types of losses. Determining your compensation begins with the calculation of these losses.

Because each person’s case is unique, the calculations will yield different results. A bone fracture lawyer from our team can help you get a better idea of what your case is worth during a free consultation.

Contact our office for more answers. An experienced bone fracture lawyer is ready to assist you.

Do I need to speak with a Dallas broken bone lawyer?

If you have a broken bone that was caused by another and you are interested in receiving a proper compensation figure, then, yes, you should speak with a Dallas broken bone lawyer.

A broken bone injury lawyer is bound by law to represent your best interests. Therefore, they will always seek to steer you in the direction that gets you the most compensation for your damages.

How long does it take to get compensated for a broken bone injury?

It depends on the facts of your case. Each broken bone injury case has its own unique facts and circumstances. Many issues determine the timeframe of your claim. For example, multiple defendants or disputes about fault can extend the time required to resolve your claim.

If your case must go to trial, you can expect a significant time period for resolution. With that being said, most broken bone injury claims are settled out of court and within a timely manner.

Feel free to contact us with any other questions you might have.

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Learn What We Can Do for You

Our experience has shown us just how much a broken or fractured bone can impact a person’s life and livelihood. We can potentially help you get some relief from your suffering and assistance for the future.

Thousands have relied on the lawyers from Crain Brogdon, LLP and so can you. We take special care in comprehending the full extent of your losses and fighting for a compensation award that will adequately address what you have suffered. Call 214-522-9404 to speak with a Dallas broken bone attorney today.


Attorney Quentin Brogdon

Quentin Brogdon has over thirty years of experience and expertise in the field of personal injury trial law. He is board certified in both personal injury trial law and civil trial advocacy. Quentin has received an AV rating from Martindale-Hubbell, the highest possible rating. This rating reflects an attorney’s ethics and abilities according to reviews from fellow attorneys. [ Attorney Bio ]

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