Champaign Broken Bones and Scarring Lawyers
Traumatic injuries can cause broken bones and serious burns or lacerations. Some types of bone fractures are life-threatening or at risk of healing incorrectly, leading to disability or loss of function. When the skin has repaired itself, extensive scarring can cause permanent disfigurement. Both types of injury can present a lifetime of challenges.
If you or someone you love has been harmed by the negligence or recklessness of another person, you may be entitled to compensation. To discuss your case with a compassionate Champaign broken bones and scarring lawyer, contact the attorneys of Spiros Law, P.C. today by calling (217) 328-2828.
Disabilities and Disfigurement
Broken bones are not only an inconvenient injury. Serious breaks can lead to life-threatening complications. Compound fractures, where the break punctures the surface of the skin, are the most dangerous type of fracture. They are prone to becoming infected, and because of the serious damage done to the bone, they may require extensive surgery to set the bone pieces back in place and secure them so they can heal.
Scarring is the body’s primary response to many types of injury. Scar tissue is able to spread and fill injuries of nearly any size, but it can also limit motion in areas where it develops. It is less flexible and less protective than the tissue it replaces. When scarring occurs on the face, hands, or other highly-visible parts of the body, it can be disfiguring.
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If you or someone you love has suffered a serious broken bone or heavy scarring because of another person’s negligence or wrongdoing, you may be entitled to compensation for your medical expenses, losses, and suffering. To learn more, contact the experienced Champaign broken bones and scarring attorneys of Spiros Law, P.C. today by calling (217) 328-2828.