Category: Types of Bone Fracture Cases We Handle

Orange County Broken Leg Accident Lawyers

A broken leg is a serious injury that is not only very painful, but can impact your mobility and quality of living. The Orange County bone fracture attorneys of Jimmie Kang Law Firm understand that a fractured leg can prevent you from earning a living, require extensive and costly medical treatment and result in a long period …

Orbital Fracture Accident Lawyer

Many victims of a motor vehicle accident, slip and fall, altercation or sports injury visit emergency rooms every year suffering an orbital fracture. The orbit is a portion of the skull where the eyes held in place in an eye socket. When blunt force trauma fractures the orbit, it can cause a blowout that threatens the …

Skull Fracture Accident Lawyers

The skull helps protect the brain from injury. A skull fracture is a break in the cranial (skull) bone. It is often accompanied by a head injury, and depending on the severity of the injury, brain damage is possible. The brain can be injured by swelling (edema), bleeding (hemorrhage), and blood clots (subdural hematoma), all of which create pressure on …

Compression Fracture Back Injury Lawyer

A cervical/lumber compression fracture occurs when the bones in the lower spine break due to trauma. This can also be referred to as a vertebral compression fracture. Typically, these types of fractures take extreme force but not always. Elderly persons and those with cancer can have this type of fracture from accidents with much less impact. 150,000 people each …

Hip Fracture Accident Lawyers

Most hip fractures occur in the upper portion of the thigh (femur) bone. The extent of the fracture is usually determined by the amount of force involved in the injury. Some hip fractures can heal without extensive treatment, while others require surgery or a hip replacement. Jimmie Kang Law Firm regularly represents clients in California personal injury and nursing home …

Orthopedic Surgery to Treat Broken Bones From Accidents

Almost 7 million bone fractures are treated each year in the U.S., making it one of the most common orthopedic problems that a person can have. Most people will at one point or another in their life have a broken or fractured bone. However, some fractures only require a splint or light cast to hold the …

Broken Arm Accident Lawyer

Although some people may think there is a difference between a fractured and broken arm, they are actually both broken bones. The arm is technically composed of three bones: the humerus, radius and ulna. Depending on the location of the injury and the severity is the fracture there is likely a need for medical treatment and including surgery. Jimmie Kang Law …

Pediatric Bone Fracture Lawyers

It is not uncommon for children to break or fracture a bone during their childhood in an accident or due to the carelessness of another. While exact numbers are hard to come by, it is estimated that about 15% of all child injuries are fractures and that about 2% of children in the U.S. have a fracture each year. Jimmie …

Clavicle Fracture Accident Lawyer

The clavicle is the bone that is “V” shaped and connects the sternum or breastplate to the shoulders. It also referred to as the collarbone. Although it is a solid bone, due to its location and how it is connected to the shoulder, it is one of the most commonly fractured bones in the body. …

Fractured Sternum Accident Attorney

The sternum or breastbone can be fractured from a blunt blow to the chest. The sternum is a strong bone and if there is enough force to crack or fracture it, there is a possibility that other injuries can occur to the lungs and heart that the sternum protects. Due to these secondary injuries, morality …

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