Our firm demands justice for those who have been in a serious crash.
While accidents involving passenger vehicles can cause serious injury and even death, think about how much more amplified injuries are that involve large trucks. The human body is composed of 206 bones total, all of which can be broken. If you are involved in an accident with a semi truck, tanker truck, or any other kind of commercial truck you may sustain broken bones.
Some common types of broken bones are listed below:
These types of fractures can occur in nearly any type of bone, which means that broken bones can be further classified by their location anatomically. For example, if you sustained a comminuted fracture to your leg, this would be classified as a "comminuted leg fracture." Depending on the severity of the break, the treatment for these injuries will vary from minor casts and splints to surgery, which can include pin placement so that the bone heals correctly.
If you were involved in an accident with a commercial truck and you sustained broken bones, then you may be entitled to compensation. Often, truck driver negligence is what causes these accidents, so innocent victims deserve to be compensated for their truck accident injuries. Victims will be dealing with medical expenses, lost wages, and insurance claims after their accident. For help dealing with these factors, speak with our firm. Don't let your injuries go unaccounted for!
At Arnold & Itkin, we are prepared to fight for you if your injuries were caused by negligence or carelessness. Give us a call today at (888) 490-0442 for a free consultation.