Femur Fracture Pain and Suffering Injury Cases - $4,800,000 Upheld on Appeal in New York

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The femur (commonly called the thighbone) is the longest and the strongest bone in the body. To break the femur across its length, or shaft, takes a great deal of force, such as might occur in a car accident or a fall from a high place. Repairing the broken bone often requires open reduction internal fixation surgery and it's not unusual that there are also accompanying complications such as blood vessel injuries. Mid-shaft femur fracture traumatic injuries can be life-threatening injuries due to significant blood loss.

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