Broken Bones

A broken bone will heal — provided that you obtain proper medical care. Without that care, you may suffer pain and experience loss of mobility and the use of your limbs. To regain your health and your earning potential, it is important that you have access to the quality medical care you need.

Medical Care And Compensation For Accident Victims

My name is Bart Durham. As founder of Bart Durham Injury Law, I have a deep concern for the health and well-being of car accident victims. I have dedicated my legal career to helping them obtain medical care, as well as fair compensation for their losses and suffering. If you or a loved one has been harmed in a motor vehicle accident, I want to help you.

About Broken Bones And Fractures

Broken bone injuries can range from the simple to the complex in terms of the treatment needed to heal the bone. The attorneys at Bart Durham Injury Law represent people who have suffered all types of broken bones and fractures, including:

  • Complete fractures — when the bone is broken cleanly in two pieces
  • Comminuted fractures — when the bone has been broken in more than two places
  • Greenstick fractures — when one side of the bone is split, yet still attached to the rest of the bone
  • Open fractures — when part of the bone protrudes through the skin

Bones can heal at different rates of speed, depending on the age of the person. Broken hips and fractured pelvises are of particular concern, especially in the elderly, in that they can impair mobility. Bart Durham Injury Law will work hard to help you get all of the medical care you need, plus compensation for your financial losses and pain and suffering.

Car Accident Lawyers Serving Antioch And Tennessee

For a free consultation about an accident case, call Bart Durham Injury Law in Nashville at 866-468-6603. One of our lawyers can review your situation and explain how we can help you.