Orthopedic injuries (typically fractures – broken bones) are often caused by car accidents and falls. In many cases, the fractures heal and there is little or no long term consequences to the injured person.  In other cases, the fractured bone heals, but there is residual long term pain, suffering and in some cases significant permanent disability. In every case, injured persons are entitled to advance a claim for compensation of their injuries are the result of someone else’s wrongdoing or negligence.
Many injury victims find that their function has been impaired to some degree even after they have healed from a broken bone. Many of our clients explain that they continue to experience discomfort, pain or disability, long after their surgeons and physicians tell them the broken bones have healed.  The long term consequences of fractures and other orthopedic injuries can be significant, disabling and permanent, depending on the extent of the injury or injuries. We believe that no one ever really fully recovers from a broken bone.
The personal injury lawyers of Quinn Thiele Mineault Grodzki LLP, represent people who have suffered serious orthopaedic injuries, whether the injuries have resulted from trip and falls, slip and falls, car accidents or any other type of accident. Our accident lawyers fully assess and review every aspect of orthopedic injuries and take all necessary steps to obtain full compensation for our clients.
We understand that the full range of adverse affects of orthopedic injuries such as physical pain, emotional and psychological pain and suffering, arthritis, chronic pain, stress, anxiety, fatigue, reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD) and regional pain syndromes, must be fully considered when assessing what is fair compensation.  We understand that, like any injury, orthopedic injuries can affect someone’s ability to function and work. Orthopaedic injuries can result in a requirement for extensive medical assessment and treatment, rehabilitation and has great impact on lifestyle. We take great care to consider all possible head of losses, expenses and damages.
We have experience handling many types of orthopaedic injury cases including:
  • simple bone fractures
  • complex fractures
  • bone injuries
  • back injuries
  • spinal cord injuries
  • knee injuries
  • shoulder injuries
  • arm and wrist injuries
  • hand injuries
  • leg, knee and ankle injuries
  • damage to soft tissue affecting bones
  • ligament damage and injury
  • cartilage damage and injury
  • muscle damage and injury
  • tissue damage and injury
We work very closely with various medical and non medical experts such as medical professionals, engineers, accountants, economists, care assessors and more to assess and determine the full extent and scope of damages sustained by our clients. We then fully pursue all of the possible compensation our clients deserve.