Subluxation & Dislocation

Orlando Broken Bone Lawyers

Subluxation and dislocation refer to the displacement of bones that form a joint. These conditions affecting the joint most often result from trauma that causes adjoining bones to no longer align with each other. A partial or incomplete dislocation is known as a subluxation. A violent movement or trauma that exceeds normal limits usually causes a joint dislocation. In the process of the dislocation, there is usually tearing of the ligaments and the articular capsule, which are vital structures for connecting the bone. Fractures can be a concern with severe dislocations. Pain and swelling manifest immediately after a dislocation. A cast of splint will be used to immobilize the joint to ensure proper alignment and healing.

Please contact the Trial Professionals as soon as possible after your injury. The days immediately following your accident are crucial, so we take quick and aggressive action to protect your rights. We handle each case on a contingent basis—meaning that we do not receive any payment unless your case is successful. Our friendly, sympathetic Orlando broken bone attorneys will walk you through every step of the process, so that you are informed and feel confident in your case. Our broken bone attorneys are experienced in your specific injury and are familiar with the costs of future medical treatment as well as the value of each individual case and injury.

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Our goal with each case is to ensure our client receives every penny they are entitled to, as well as holding the at-fault party fully accountable for their actions. Call The Trial Professionals right now to speak with an Orlando broken bone attorney at The Trial Professionals.

Dial us at (855) 375-9959 for a free review of your case. We have offices in Naples, Fort Myers, and Orlando, with appointments available in Jacksonville, Daytona Beach, Miami, and Delray Beach.

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