Bone Fractures

Broken Bones

The hardest material inside of our bodies is our bones.  With sufficient force, bones can break.  Sometimes the fracture itself is not as serious as the damage to the surrounding soft tissues or nearby nerves.  Other times, metal prosthetics (rods, pins, screws, plates or joint replacements) can result in raging infections.

Fractures can be hairline, complete, spiral, compound, stress, compression, oblique, for example.  The treatment and recovery process for fractures may depend upon the type of fracture or the involved bone.

Every person has the right to be free from being injured due to the carelessness of another.  This is true of Florida residents, tourists, visitors from other states and countries, and even undocumented aliens.

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