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North Carolina Car Accident Undisplaced Fracture Injury


Automobile collisions cause a variety of orthopedic injuries. Many are a result of the whiplash action of a motorist’s spine, while others are caused by blunt force trauma to the back, neck, or limbs. Undisplaced fractures fall in this latter category in that they are usually caused by a motorist’s body striking the interior of his or her car. Undisplaced fractures are also common among pedestrians, motorcyclists, and bicyclists struck by negligent automobile drivers. The Raleigh car accident attorneys of Maginnis Law can help you recover fair compensation for your undisplaced fracture injury. For a free personal injury consultation, contact our Raleigh civil litigation lawyers at 919.480.8526 or send us an email using our contact page.

An undisplaced fracture is a type of bone break wherein the bone does not completely separate but, instead, cracks in several directions. It also commonly referred to as a “nondisplaced fracture.” An undisplaced or nondisplaced fracture may usually be visualized on an MRI of the affected area. Treatment options typically include extended rest and physical therapy. It is common for the recovery period to takes several months.

Given the rest and physical therapy necessitated by an undisplaced fracture, the injured party may incur significant damages in the way of lost time from work and medical costs. The automobile accident attorneys of Maginnis Law can help recover these costs, as well as, damages for the physical, mental, and emotional pain and suffering associated with your injuries and the trauma of the car collision. We will attempt to negotiate a favorable settlement of your claim but, if necessary, will file suit and litigate on your behalf.

The Raleigh car accident attorneys of Maginnis Law represents clients in and around the Triangle area including: Raleigh, Durham, Cary, Chapel Hill, Apex, Wake Forest, Morrisville, and Burlington. We offer free consultations and handle personal injury matters solely on a contingency basis. You do not pay any attorneys’ fees unless you make a recovery for your injury.

You may call the Raleigh attorneys of Maginnis Law at 919.480.8526; you will be connected to speak with an attorney, not a paralegal or “case manager.” You may also choose to send a confidential email regarding your claim via our contact page.

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