Other Health Complications from Broken Bones
Many injuries sustained due to someone else’s negligence result in broken bones. Given the circumstances behind many of these injuries, these bone fractures can often prove relatively serious, especially when the broken bone causes other damage to a person’s body. As a result, a person may need extensive medical care to repair the damage done to their body. When additional care is needed due to additional complications from a fracture, this can drastically raise overall treatment and recovery needs.
If you’ve sustained an injury because of another person’s negligent or reckless conduct, you may be entitled to pursue financial compensation for the cost of your medical bills, out-of-pocket expenses, and even wages you lost during recovery. For a free consultation regarding your options in moving forward with a lawsuit, contact a New York City personal injury attorney of Hach & Rose, LLP, at (212) 779-0057 today.
Injuries Related to Broken Bones
In cases when a bone fracture is especially destructive, a person may suffer from a range of other complications caused by the bone itself or pieces of the bone dislodged during the incident. These health concerns may include the following issues:
- Organ or tissue damage due to bone fragments moving around the body
- Damage to the nerves near to bones
- Bone infections after a fracture
- Bones being shattered, which may require extensive reconstruction treatments
These health complications can prove very expensive in many cases, as the additional treatment needed may be more costly than normally setting a broken bone and may require more recovery time as well. However, compensation may be available for all these expenses.
A bone fracture and subsequent complications may leave you in need of particularly expensive medical care. To learn more about how a compensation lawsuit may be available to help you win back the cost of this medical attention, contact a New York personal injury lawyer of Hach & Rose, LLP, today at (212) 779-0057.