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Fractured Bones

Fractured Bones

Fractures can be painful, debilitating, and have the potential to cause difficulties on a permanent basis, as for example when there is a non-union (the bone fails to heal properly), or where the fracture involves a joint and traumatic arthritis develops. More severe fractures can require surgical reduction and fixation, with plates and screws, which are sometimes removed in a subsequent surgery. At Meisel & Krentsa, we have represented clients with fractures involving virtually every part of the body, and we have direct experience with cases that required surgery, various complications from surgery, non-union, traumatic arthritis, and more. We make sure all the ramifications of the fracture are carefully considered such that our clients will receive they compensation they deserve.

Contact us for a free consultation promptly after an accident so that your rights can be protected and pursued.

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