The arm consists of three major bones: the ulna, radius, and humerus. Even a slight fracture to any of these bones can result in excruciating pain. The arm plays a critical role in everyday functions like typing, getting dressed, driving, and more. When the arm is incapacitated due to a break it can leave you unable to work for an extended period of time.
At Injured 914, we represent individuals who have suffered a broken arm injury as a result of another person’s negligence or wrongdoing. We fight hard to obtain the maximum compensation on behalf of injury victims throughout New York, having recovered millions on behalf of our clients.
If your arm was fractured in an accident that was not your fault, contact our office at (914) 368-7168 for a free consultation.
If your arm is injured in an accident, you need to seek medical attention immediately. If the accident was caused by another person’s negligence or wrongdoing, you need to contact an attorney. You might be entitled to compensation to cover your medical bills, lost wages, and more.
Signs of a broken or fractured arm:
In some cases, it may be difficult to tell whether your arm is fractured without an x-ray or CT scan. It is always in your best interest to seek emergency care if your arm sustained an injury during an accident. A medical professional will be able to recommend treatment, including whether you need to immobilize the bone with a cast or realign the bone with surgery.
Broken arm injuries are generally caused by some sort of force, such as through a fall or car accident. In many cases, the fractured arm injury is preventable, caused only by another person’s negligence or wrongdoing. When that is the case, the responsible party can be held liable through a personal injury lawsuit.
Common causes of arm fractures include:
Because the arm is critical to everyday functions, any limitations to activities of daily living can be devastating. It is essential to consult with an attorney as soon as possible after your accident to ensure that you receive the compensation you deserve.
While the arm is only made up of three bones, there are a number of different types of fractures that can occur. The kind of treatment you will need will depend on the severity of the fracture.
As noted by the Mayo Clinic, types of arm fractures include:
Many arm fractures require the bone to be realigned through surgery. In severe cases, a surgeon may have to implant screws, nails, or plates to stabilize the fracture.
While many people believe that a broken arm is not serious, it can, in fact, be debilitating. A severe fracture can leave you unable to work for long periods of time. Without compensation from a liable party, you may be unable to pay your medical bills or living expenses.
If you suffered a broken arm due to someone else’s negligence, you deserve to receive money for your losses. You should not have to pay out of pocket for someone else’s wrongdoing. The best way to ensure that you receive the maximum compensation in your case is to retain an experienced attorney.
Settlements in a broken arm case can vary greatly depending on the cause of the accident, the extent of the injuries, and whether the injured party is able to return to work after the injury. An attorney can help determine the amount of damages that you should ask for in a claim based on personal injury.
In a broken arm injury case, you may receive compensation for:
A case valuation can help determine the amount of compensation you might receive based on your injuries and the circumstances of the accident. Even if you were partially to blame for the accident, you might still be able to collect damages.
If you sustained a broken arm in an accident, contact Injured 914 for a free, no-obligation consultation at (914) 368-7168.
Our experienced legal team has helped recover over $100,000,000 in verdicts and settlements on behalf of our clients. Let us help you get the money you need to get the care and treatment you deserve. Call now to get started.
When you’re injured in an accident, it can be hard to know where to turn. You need someone who doesn’t just know the law. You need a lawyer who will fight for you to recover the compensation that you need and deserve. For over 35 years, we have represented accident victims and their families to help them maximize their recoveries.