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Glenoid Fracture Injuries

Glenoid Fracture Injury Lawyers

A glenoid fracture is a type of scapula fracture that involves the cartilage in the shoulder joint. The glenoid is the cavity of the shoulder blade that articulates with the humerus. Glenoid fractures are relatively rare, occurring in less than 1/10th of 1% of all bone fractures. They are, however, very often associated with other injuries, including,clavicle fractures, rib fractures, humerus fractures, brachial plexus injuries, shoulder dislocation, spinal cord injury, and other lung and chest injuries. Of all types of scapula fractures, glenoid fractures have the highest likelihood of causing long-term shoulder pain and decreased range of motion.

Causes of Glenoid Fracture Injuries

It takes a high degree of force to fracture the scapula, which is why scapula fractures are so often associated with other life-threatening injuries. Common causes of glenoid fractures include, car accidents, highway accidents, SUV rollovers, trucking accidents,motorcycle accidents, pedestrian accidents and cycling accidents. Slip and fall accidents and stairway falls caused by falling on an outstretched arm may also result in glenoid fractures and other broken bone injuries. Regardless of the type of accident, if you suffered a broken bone in an accident that was caused by another party’s careless, reckless, or negligent actions, you may be entitled to be compensated for your injuries. Compensation in a personal injury claim can include damages for medical expenses, lost earnings, and pain and suffering.

Glenoid Fracture Surgery and Treatment

With glenoid fractures, immobilization alone is usually not sufficient, because fractures in the glenoid usually interfere with normal movement of the shoulder. Complications of glenoid fractures following surgery include heterotopic ossification (extra bone growth in connective tissues), nerve injury, nonunion (bones that do not heal), malunion (abnormal healing or alignment), infection and stiffness. Physical therapy is usually prescribed about a week after surgery, and patients will usually keep the injured arm in a sling for at least 6 weeks. Patients with glenoid fractures have a high risk of developing shoulder arthritis in the glenohumeral joint.

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After an accident, an attorney can help you understand your legal rights and determine your best course of action. Before you accept a settlement, talk to an attorney and get an honest opinion of your case. You may be entitled to more compensation than the insurance company would like to offer you. The California personal injury lawyers at Estey & Bomberger, an AV-rated law firm, have more than 70 years of collective experience representing those seriously injured in all types of accidents. To speak with a lawyer about your potential case, call us at (800) 925-0723 seven days a week, 24 hours a day. You may also fill out our free consultation request form and one of our experienced attorneys will be in touch with you shortly.

Why Choose Estey & Bomberger – CA Personal Injury Attorneys

Not all California personal injury attorneys can get the same results. After an accident resulting in serious injuries, you deserve an attorney who can get you the full and fair compensation you are entitled to. The lawyers at Estey & Bomberger have a proven track record of results and satisfied clients – see our case results and client testimonials. Contact us for a free consultation over the phone or in person with one of our attorneys. If we represent you in your claim, all costs are advanced on your behalf and we will not charge any fees unless and until we win your case.

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At Estey & Bomberger, LLP we understand the importance of a college education, while at the same time knowing how expensive college can be. We are proud to announce the Estey & Bomberger, LLP 2019 Undergraduate Scholarship. The cost of college tuition is now higher than ever and our goal is to take some of the financial burden off of dedicated and hard working students.

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We are offering $2,000 to one student whom is in the final year of high school or currently enrolled as undergraduates at an accredited college or university in the United States. Applicants must be 17 years of age or older. There is no restriction on your field of study.

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