Bone Fractures

We live in a very active society. People drive a lot, exercise and participate in sports. An active lifestyle often leads to accidents where bones are fractured. Many of those fractures involve the hips or pelvis; bones in the legs such as the tibia or fibula; or bones in the arms such as the ulna, radius or humerus. We regularly get involved in cases where doctors have not done the correct type of surgery in order to treat the fracture. As a result, the patient gets worse over time.

The doctors who treat bone fractures are usually orthopedic surgeons. We are fortunate to have contacts with top-level orthopedic doctors around the country who can help us in deciding whether our clients’ doctor has treated their fracture properly.

The attorneys at Gismondi & Associates have successfully handled a variety of cases involving significant bone injuries and trauma, including: