One type of injury that can come from certain accidents is broken bones. One type of bone fracture injury is a compound fracture. If you or a loved one has sustained a compound fracture from an accident, contact Agruss Law Firm, LLC for a free consultation so we can help you recover from this experience and get fairly compensated.
A compound fracture occurs when the bone pierces the skin when it breaks so the bone is visible. This is one of the most severe and painful types of fractures. This can damage the soft tissue surrounding the bone, such as the muscles and arteries. Also, the nature of open wound risks getting infected. For this reason, compound fracture typically requires an X-ray and surgery in order to repair all aspects of the injury site and sometimes antibiotics to prevent infection. Then, the patient will need a splint to hold the bones in place.
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