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BROKEN & FRACTURED BONES

BROKEN & FRACTURED BONES


When a bone is either broken or fractured it is common that the injury was caused by direct excessive force.

After fracturing a bone, it may take a couple days for your own body to begin the healing process. The body will create a blood clot around the area of the fractured bone, then shortly after a healing tissue will begin to form, which is called the callus. The callus is what heals fractured bones back to good health. When a broken bone, or severely fractured bone, goes untreated, it can remain broken and you may see swelling, tenderness and the pain may worsen over time.


When suffering from broken or fractured bones, be sure to seek appropriate medical attention. Continue with follow up visits to your doctor to ensure the healing process goes well. This will help assure a stable and healthy recovery.


BROKEN & FRACTURED BONES

Would you like to speak with a lawyer regarding your injuries?


The Sheldrick Law Firm is a personal injury law firm that assists clients with their legal needs. We fight for our clients until they are made whole. No one should suffer from injuries due to the negligence of another person.

If you, a friend, or a family member have fractured or broken a bone in the past few years, call The Sheldrick Law Firm for a free consultation with our personal injury attorney Kayla Sheldrick!


⚖️ The SHELDRICK Law Firm

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📞 (561) 440-7775

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