Elbow Bone Fractures from Pedestrian or Car Accidents

Elbow Bone Fractures from Pedestrian or Car Accidents

A distal humerus (elbow joint) bone fracture is a break in the lower end of the upper arm bone (humerus), one of the three bones that come together to form the elbow joint. A fracture in this area can be very painful and make elbow motion difficult or impossible.

Distal humerus fractures are caused from motor vehicle pedestrian, bicycle, motorcycle or car accidents.

Older persons with weaker bones are more vulnerable to such bone fractures when they are involved in a car accident.

Treatment for a distal humerus fracture usually involves surgery to restore the normal anatomy and motion of the elbow.

Like many other broken bone injuries, post-traumatic arthritis may occur years after the car accident originally causing the bone fracture.

At Dyson Law, we have decades of experience helping victims of road accidents who suffer from broken bone injuries.

Don’t face ICBC alone while suffering from your broken bone injury claim.

Instead, have Dyson Law help you so you can focus on getting better.


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