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Phoenix Thumb Fracture Lawyers


Compensation for a Broken Thumb

Many of our clients are involved in car accidents that cause serious fractures. A broken thumb is often accompanied by a number of other injuries.

A full recover from a thumb injury is extremely important because of the way it can affect your professional activities and quality of life. Having a healthy thumb is crucial for performing all sorts of daily activities.

If you were injured in an accident caused by another person’s negligence, you shouldn’t have to pay for your own medical expenses. At The Husband & Wife Legal Team, our Phoenix fracture injury attorneys will help you get a settlement that covers all the costs of your accident. Call (602) 457-6222 today to schedule a FREE consultation.

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A Thumb Fracture Can Be Very Complicated

A broken thumb is a debilitating injury because we use our thumbs constantly throughout the day. The thumb is made up of two bones, one that extends from the tip of the thumb to the knuckle, and one that extends from the knuckle to the base of the thumb.

Thumb injuries may result from the following types of accidents:

The most painful type of injury in the thumb occurs near the joints. A thumb injury near a joint often involves a long healing process and sometimes other complications. A person with a broken thumb experiences pain, swelling, numbness, and a misshapen appearance. If you notice any of these symptoms, seek medical treatment right away to ensure proper healing. The longer a person waits to see a doctor, the more difficult the thumb fracture will be to treat.

An orthopedic surgeon may have to realign the fractured bones in the thumb and use a cast to hold it in place. Patients will have to wear the cast for 4 to 6 weeks to ensure proper healing. The doctor will use an X-ray machine and other types of medical imaging devices such as an MRI to check the progress of the fracture and make sure that the bones are in the correct alignment.

If surgery is necessary, the doctor will realign the bones and have the patient wear a cast. After surgery, a patient will need to participate in physical therapy to regain strength and movement to complete simple daily activities.

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Call The Husband & Wife Law Team Today

After a car accident, you’re probably living with a lot of pain and suffering. Your Phoenix personal injury lawyers can help you get a settlement to cover the cost of your medical care and rehabilitation while you get better. Contact The Husband & Wife Law Team today at (602) 457-6222 for a FREE consultation.

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