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The femur is also known as the thigh bone, and it is not uncommon for it to be broken due to the forces involved in a car or truck accident. having said that, given the density and hardness of the femur, it is extremely difficult for it to completely snap or shatter or splinter, and when this happens, the individual endures excruciating pain. Auto accidents don’t just happen out of the blue: someone else’s negligence leads to over 90 percent of all accidents. To this end, it is important to hold individuals accountable for their actions or negligence by way of filing a broken femur car accident lawsuit.
Are you an injured car accident survivor that suffered a broken femur? McCready Law is a nationally-known personal injury law firm that deals with truck and car accident lawsuits. We have experience that spans over 90 YEARS, and an attentive, results-driven staff that is ready to help you get the justice and compensation that you deserve. If you suffered a broken femur in a truck or car accident, legal help is available to you today: please contact our broken femur lawsuit attorneys NOW at (773) 825-3605 to learn more about your legal options for compensation. We take on all cases on a contingency fee basis, so you pay no upfront fees to us UNTIL we recover money damages on your behalf. Call NOW for your FREE, no-commitment legal consultation.
The femur is what connects the knee and the hip joint, and it is important when it comes to movement and navigating the body. It also provides support and holds the upper body’s weight to help with balance. Most people don’t realize the importance of this bone until something happens to it and they have to walk around using crutches or on a wheelchair. Not only that, but a broken femur after an auto accident can lead to chronic, and sometimes disabling pain that can go on for years, waxing and waning. That said, it takes an average of 12 months to heal from a broken femur, all things considered and if you’ve seen a doctor and have undergone treatment and casting of the leg if needed.
Femur Fractures More Common in Motorcycle Riders
Femur fractures are more often than not seen in motorcyclists and pedestrians who get knocked down by vehicles. This is because the legs are exposed at the time of an accident if you’re on a bike or are walking down the road, compared to the layers of protection that drivers have seated on a seat in a car, behind a hunk of metal. In fact, it’s not uncommon for femur fractures after a car accident to be situated at different points, necessitating surgery. In addition, please do not hesitate to go to the Emergency Room shortly after a femur fracture accident due to the danger of losing an excessive amount of blood, the development of blood clots and infections, all of which can lead to a fatality.
Broken Femur Lawsuit Help – Call Us Today
Femur fractures after a truck or car accidents are not to be taken lightly. You are likely going to require surgery and long rehabilitation, and you may need assistance performing basic tasks around the home. In addition, you may not be able to enjoy life like you used to, and your ability to work as you did prior to your accident may be put in jeopardy. It’s therefore important to hold the person that caused your accident legally liable for their actions by filing a broken femur lawsuit. Please contact us at (773) 825-3605 for your FREE legal consultation into femur fractures. We look forward to hearing from you.