Wrist Fixation

How an Orlando Personal Injury Attorney Can Help

A broken bone must be carefully stabilized and supported until it is strong enough to regain movement. During a surgical procedure to set a wrist fracture, the bone fragments are repositioned to the normal alignment and held together with plates, screws, nails, or wires. An internal fixation allows shorter hospital stays and enables patients to return to hand function much earlier. Implants made for internal fixation are made from stainless steel and titanium.

If you were injured in an accident that fractured your wrist, you may require wrist fixation for your recovery. If this is the case, do not hesitate to contact us at The Trial Professionals P.A. Our experienced legal team is skilled at representing victims of injuries that require surgery, including those involving the wrist and other areas of the body. We would be happy to meet with you during a free consultation to discuss your case in further detail.

Legal Representation for Victims of Wrist Fractures

Wrist fractures that are serious enough to warrant surgery may also be cause for legal action. If you experienced any of the following in connection with a wrist fracture that was sustained through no fault of your own, contact our office today:

  • Serious pain, especially when gripping or squeezing
  • Stiffness or inability to move fingers or the thumb
  • Deformity, i.e. crooked finger or bent wrist
  • Numbness or coldness in the hand

An experienced Orlando personal injury lawyer on our team can help you take legal action to obtain compensation for your pain and suffering. With more than 100 years of experience to our name, and countless successful cases under our belts, we can be trusted to help you seek the compensation you both need and deserve at this time.

Legal help is available for patients of wrist fixation. Contact The Trial Professionals P.A. for a free consultation.

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