What are my treatment options for a fractured pelvis after a Daytona car crash?

The last time you got behind the wheel of your car started just like any other day. Unfortunately, it ended with you being in a Daytona car crash and seriously injured. Your pelvis was fractured, and you received a battery of examinations and tests that left you in pain and disbelief. You wonder when you’re going to get back to your normal life, and what you’ll need to do to get there.

Rest

Depending on the type of fracture you experienced, you may only need to rest your pelvis in order for it to heal. The broken bones will eventually grow back together, as long as you stay off them and allow healing to proceed. This type of treatment is available for relatively minor fractures. Bones typically begin to heal about four weeks after the breaks, but you may feel relief soon before that.

Surgery

More severe fractures often need surgery in order to heal. Typically, injuries that require surgery feature large fractures in several different places throughout the hip that won’t heal on their own. Some patients require multiple surgeries before they have reached their maximum possible recovery. Sadly, full recovery from a hip or pelvis fracture is impossible for a significant number of patients.

As the victim of a Daytona car crash, you may not think you should be held responsible for the medical fees associated with your injuries from the accident. The attorneys of Johnson and Gilbert don’t think you should be, either. Contact us today to find out how we may be able to help you receive the compensation you deserve.

If you know someone who is suffering from a pelvic fracture, we encourage you to share this information with him or her.