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Multiple Fractures

Experiencing a broken bone is a painful experience, and in the worst situations, it can lead to physical discomfort that lasts the rest of a person’s life. Consequently, many people find that multiple fractures leave them facing lost wages and large medical bills.

To make matters worse, multiple fractures are not uncommon. Statistics Canada reports that approximately 717,000 Canadians experience broken bones each year.

If you or a loved one has experienced multiple fractures as a result of another person’s negligence, an experienced lawyer can help you pursue the compensation you deserve.

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Types of Bone Fractures

Multiple fractures occur when a person fractures more than one bone at a time or fractures a single bone in multiple places. Each and any bone fracture can be excruciating, and there are many different types of fractures that can occur.

Some of the most common types of bone fractures include the following:

  • Avulsion fractures: These occur when muscles or tendons pull away from the bone, which leads to the bone pulling out of its attachment point.
  • Buckled fractures: These occur when a person’s bones bump into one another after displacement.
  • Comminuted fractures: These occur when a bone is fractured in more than two locations.
  • Complete fractures: These occur when a bone makes a clean break into two separate pieces.
  • Compression fractures: These occur when a person’s entire bone structure collapses.
  • Hairline fractures: These are minimal breaks in a person’s bone without any substantial bone displacement.
  • Impacted fractures: These involve the edge of two bones becoming wedged together
  • Oblique fractures: These occur when the bone breaks at an angle and extends across the length of the structure.
  • Spiral fractures: These occur when a broken bone has a spiral or corkscrew-like appearance.
  • Stress fractures: These are small hairline breaks that most frequently occur in a person’s foot or leg.
  • Transverse fractures: These occur when a break is perpendicular to the shaft of the bone.
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Common Causes of Multiple Fractures in Mississauga

There are many ways that a person can end up with multiple bone fractures. Some of the most common causes of multiple fractures include:

  • Aircraft accidents
  • Animal attacks
  • Bicycle accidents
  • Boating accidents
  • Car accidents
  • Dangerous and defective products
  • Farming equipment accident
  • Motorcycle accidents
  • Slip and falls
  • Truck accidents

There are some groups of people who are at an increased risk of experiencing bone fractures. As people age, their bones grow weaker and they are at a greater risk of falling, which substantially increases their likelihood of suffering bone fractures.

Children who have more physically active lifestyles than adults are also at an elevated risk of fractures. Additionally, individuals with underlying medical conditions may experience weakened bones and be at a greater risk of fractures. These underlying medical conditions can include things like infections, osteoporosis, and tumors. Another group of individuals who are at an elevated risk of fractures are professional athletes, particularly those involved in physical contact sports.

Complications Caused by Fractures

In nearly all situations, fractures are serious. In many cases, fractures result in challenges that last the rest of a person’s life. Even though medical professionals can help a victim recover from a fracture, the injured area will always show evidence of that fracture.

Unfortunately, there are certain complications that can arise when multiple fractures occur, which include:

  • Imperfect healing: Many fractures heal, but sometimes they do so imperfectly. These deformities can result in mobility issues that can create additional challenges with daily living.
  • Infections: When bacteria is introduced to a fracture site, infections can result in a number of additional health complications.
  • Joint and muscle pain: After a fracture, many people experience at least some type of discomfort or pain.

Treatment for Multiple Fractures

The exact treatment that is required for multiple bone fractures depends on the seriousness of the injury. Most emergency care for fractures involves elevation, icing, and immobilization. The most serious fractures require an orthopaedic surgeon.

The most common treatment for a fracture is a cast. Other surgical options for treating fractures include fusion, in which multiple vertebrae are fused or joined together, vertebroplasty, in which bone cement is injected into a compressed or fractured vertebrae, and implanting artificial discs between injured discs.

If a person experiences a skull fracture, there is a substantial risk of traumatic brain injury. Highly trained medical professionals are required to repair this sensitive area of the body.

The Role of MRIs and CTs for Multiple Fractures

In the case of multiple fractures, medical scans can be helpful in establishing the exact details of a person’s injury. While MRIs should be routine after a car accident, in many parts of Canada, this is often not the case. MRIs are beneficial because they can help detect a number of different injuries including degenerative problems, hematomas, ligament injury, meniscal injury, muscle tears, tendon ruptures, and tumors.

CT scans can also be helpful in determining the exact extent of a person’s injury. Some of the conditions that CT scans can pick up include dislocations, stress fractures, and metastatic changes.

Compensation Available for Multiple Fracture Claims

If you were injured in an accident and now have multiple bone fractures, you might be able to obtain compensation for the resulting damages.

Some of the losses that compensation can make up for include the following:

  • Pain and Suffering
  • Lost wages
  • Medical bills
  • Permanent or partial disability
  • Physical therapy

A dedicated personal injury lawyer in Mississauga can help people with multiple fractures create a strong legal strategy to increase their chances of obtaining the compensation they deserve.

Speak with a Personal Injury Lawyer

Multiple fractures caused by the negligence of others can leave a person facing a number of serious complications that can change the rest of their lives. If you or a loved one has experienced this type of injury, you likely are able to pursue compensation from the at-fault party.

Contact Preszler Injury Lawyers today to schedule a free initial consultation. Our lawyers focus on fighting for the best possible results for accident victims.


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