Broken Bone From a Truck Accident in Albuquerque

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December 13, 2022

 by Caruso Law Offices, P.C. | 

If You Suffered a Broken Bone from a Truck Accident in Albuquerque, Call Our Trucking Accident Lawyer Today

Most people are aware that being involved in a trucking accident often results in serious or even fatal injuries. One of the most common types of injuries is broken bones or fractures. Some broken bones or fractures may be minor, requiring minimally invasive treatment, while other types of broken bones or fractures may require surgery, prolonged hospitalization, or in severe cases amputation due to complications. If you or a loved one suffered a broken bone from a truck accident in Albuquerque, New Mexico, call our experienced trucking accident lawyer for help.

Here at the Caruso Law Offices, P.C., we understand how devastating and costly the injuries can be from a broken bone or fracture, and are dedicated to helping broken bones and fracture victims recover the compensation they deserve for their injuries. Whether you have suffered a catastrophic and life-threatening fracture, or whether you were casted for several months and made a full recovery, you are entitled to compensation for your personal injuries as a result of the negligence of another person, business, or government entity. To learn more, please call our experienced and compassionate team to hear about your rights during a FREE consultation.

Types of Fractures

Fractures or breaks are an umbrella term, but there are different types of fractures that can occur as a result of a trucking accident.

Trucking accident victims can sustain complete fractures, or incomplete fractures. If a victim’s fracture causes the bone the break completely into pieces, it is considered a complete fracture. An incomplete fracture occurs when there is only a crack in the bone. Complete fractures are more serious than incomplete fractures.

Another type of fracture is a compound fracture. This occurs when the break results in a break in the skin or an open wound. Another the of fracture is a comminuted fracture. This type of fracture causes bones to break in more than two pieces. In some cases, there is complete shattering of the bone.

How Do Broken Bones Occur As a Result of Trucking Accidents?

Trucking accidents often cause sudden, significant impact. This impact can cause a bone or bones to shatter, crush, or otherwise break. Sometimes, trucks will ride over another vehicle, resulting in crush injuries. Severe whiplash can also cause vertebrae in the spine to fracture or break. What may seem like a minor collision can result in a serious break or fracture if the victim strikes a part of the car such as a dashboard or steering wheel.

Complications of Broken Bones or Fractures Caused by Trucking Accidents

Broken bones not only cause victim’s pain, but they can cause many other complications. Victims may require surgery, prolonged hospitalization, or may never be able to return to the job that they previously did, resulting in significant financial distress.

Additionally, physical complications of breaks or fractures caused by broken bones or fractures include infection, nerve damage, impaired mobility, chronic pain, compartment syndrome, or amputation if the break is severe enough and significantly damages surrounding tissue. These are just some of the many complications of broken bones or fractures caused by trucking accidents.

Even if victims make a full recovery, they still will face lofty medical bills as well as lost wages due to any time spent out of work. Fractures can also make bones more painful and have a higher risk of arthritis in the future. These are damages that are compensable under the law.

If You Suffered a Broken Bone from a Truck Accident in Albuquerque, New Mexico, We Can Help 

If you or a loved one suffered any type of broken bone or fractured bone as a result of a trucking accident or another type of serious motor vehicle crash in New Mexico, call our experienced truck accident lawyers in Albuquerque, NM for help. The experienced and compassionate team at the Caruso Law Offices, P.C. can help you and your family understand what rights to compensation you may have under the law for a broken bone from a truck accident in Albuquerque, New Mexico. To learn more, call to schedule FREE consultation by dialing (505) 308-0427.

We handle causes throughout New Mexico, including Las Cruces, Santa Fe, Roswell, Cuervo, Rio Rancho, Clovis, Farmington, Hobbs, Albuquerque where our office is located, and anywhere else throughout New Mexico. We also have a second trucking accident office in California, serving those in Inland Empire and San Bernardino County, as well as those who have been catastrophically injured or wrongfully killed throughout California. Please call to schedule for FREE appointment by dialing (505) 308-0427 or contact us through our website’s easy to use and convenient contact box available here.

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