The human hand makes up one of the most important parts of the human body. Many careers and activities are dependent on human hands and even the smallest the loss of function can result in a lifetime of disability. This is especially true when the damage is done to a person’s dominant hand. A broken hand can often have serious consequences including permanent pain, loss of work, loss of ability to care for one’s family, decreased ability to play with children, inability to participate in sports/activities and many more. These consequences will affect a person mentally, physically and financially.
At the Law Offices of Samuel Fishman, P.C., our attorneys are experienced in handling cases involving significant hand injuries. Our attorneys handle cases every day involving injuries that occur as the result of various causes including car accidents, workplace injuries, truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, slip and falls, dog bites, and more. At the Law Offices of Samuel Fishman, P.C., our lawyers are dedicated to making sure that you obtain maximum compensation for your injuries and financial losses. We are experienced at selecting the appropriate experts to help maximize the value of your claim and will work tirelessly in pursuing your case.
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Other information about Broken Bones:
There are several different types of fractures that can. Some of the different types of fractures that can occur include:
Compound Fracture: A compound fracture is a severe fracture in which the bone breaks through the skin.
Avulsion Fracture: An avulsion fracture occurs when a fragment of bone is torn away from the main mass of bone. This often occurs as the result of physical trauma.
Comminuted Fracture: A comminuted fracture occurs when a bone has been broken into a number of different pieces.
Spiral Fracture: A spiral fracture, or torsion fracture, occurs when a bone is twisted apart.
Complete Fracture: A complete fracture occurs when the bone fragments are completely separated.
Linear Fracture: When the fracture is parallel to the longest part of the bone.