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Regardless of your profession, you may be at risk for suffering a work-related injury. Falling object or a misplaced filing cabinet could easily lead to one of the most common workplace injuries, a fractured or broken bone. Of course, the severity of a fractured bone depends on location and circumstances. Unfortunately, suffering a broken bone at work could lead to extended time off and lost wages.
Broken bones can happen in many circumstances. The leading cause for fractures in the workplace stem from slip and fall accidents; improperly mopped areas or misplaced warning signs could lead to serious injuries. In fact, any kind of impact can break a bone, and it could take weeks or months for fractured bones to properly heal.
There are different types of fractures, some are more serious than others. Fractures can even lead to immobilization and deadly infections. Some common types of fractures include:
Regardless of the type, bone fractures are easier to prove in a workers’ compensation claim. The actions of a negligent employer can lead to an injury like a fracture, so keeping the right medical records are vital to your case.
With a fracture, doctors have an easier time to diagnose the injury and recommend the right therapy or time to heal. Due to a straightforward diagnosis, it is easy to prove that the broken bone happened at work. However, with any workplace injury, a knowledgeable lawyer is required to help you receive the right compensation.
Suffering a fractured bone at work could lead to long rehabilitation, extended time off from work, expensive medical bills, and lost wages. If you have been injured at work, you may be eligible for compensation. Our experienced Wilmington work injury lawyers at Rhodes & Morrow will get you justice and the compensation you rightfully deserve. Contact us online or call us at 302-427-9500 to schedule a free consultation. With offices located in Wilmington, Bear and Milford, Delaware, we also proudly serve the communities of Elsmere and Seaford.