Our bones provide the structure and strength our body needs to perform the various tasks we undertake daily. While our bones can withstand some pressure from outside forces, bones will break and fracture if enough force is placed on the bone or a body part is twisted beyond its capacity for range of motion. While many people suffer at least one broken bone or fracture during their lifetime, there is a difference between an accidental injury and an injury caused by the negligent or wrongful acts of another person or party. If you suffer a fractured or broken bone because of the acts of another party, it is important to seek legal counsel to determine your legal options for recovering compensation for your damages.nnCall The Clark Law Office at 517-347-6900 to schedule a free legal consultation with an Okemos injury attorney.
Common Causes of Accidental Fractures and Broken Bones
Broken bones and fractures are some of the most common injuries accident victims suffer. You can suffer a broken bone or fracture when your body absorbs the impact of a collision, is tossed about suddenly, collides with an object, or is twisted or crushed. Common types of accidents that cause fractures and broken bones include: