Broken Bones

Broken Bones

Broken BonesBroken bones have a variety of causes, including auto accidents, nursing home falls and other types of slip-and-fall claims. Common bone breaks include:

  • Arms
  • Collarbones
  • Jaws
  • Legs
  • Noses
  • Wrists


Treatment for broken bones depends on the type of break that occurred and can often get expensive.

Causes Of Broken Bones

Bones are usually strong and able to withstand most of an impact. However, powerful blunt forces can result in broken bones. Some of the most common causes of broken bones include:

  • Auto accidents
  • Bicycle accidents
  • Pedestrian accidents
  • Motorcycle crashes
  • Workplace injuries
  • Boating accidents
  • Truck accidents
  • Sports injuries


If you are unsure if you have cause to file a Connecticut broken bones claim, contact our attorneys to schedule a free initial consultation. During your consult, one of our lawyers will evaluate the facts of your case and advise you on the next best steps for pursuing compensation.

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Contact An Experienced Broken Bone Attorney

Get the Power of Perkins on your side. Contact our law offices if you have suffered a bone fracture due to someone else’s negligence or malicious intent. At Jonathan Perkins Injury Lawyers, our attorneys have the expertise and resources required to successfully litigate a broken bone claim. We can re-create the scene of the accident to find the cause and hold the parties liable for damages responsible.

Our personal injury law firm takes broken bone cases on a contingency fee basis. This means that if you decide to work with us, you will not owe legal fees unless we obtain a settlement or verdict for you.

For more information on your legal rights after an accidental injury or to discuss other concerns with a plaintiff’s lawyer, simply complete our easy intake form or call 800-PERKINS.