Brief Introduction – Broken Bones/Fractures

A bone fracture is a medical condition in which there is a damage in the continuity of the bone. They can result from a variety of incidents including sport injury, vehicle accidents and pedestrian falls. Furthermore, conditions such as osteoporosis and some types of cancers may cause bones to fracture more easily.  

Uplift Legal Funding offers pre-settlement loans for most broken bone and fracture injuries. Recovering from bone fractures depends on a lot of factors including age, previous health conditions, and amount of damage. However, most often recover will take months in addition to inhibiting you from work. Also, your lawsuit may take years to settle which can further damage your financial state. Pre-Settlement funds can be used to cover loss of income and other expenses you may incur during the lawsuit process.

Keep in mind there are many types of bone fractures such as  closed, hairline fracture, complicated fracture, and greenstick fracture. To apply give us a call (800) 385-3660 or apply online.

Qualifying For A Pre-Settlement Loan With Uplift Legal Funding

Qualifying for a pre-settlement loan may seem very difficult. However, it is the contrary if you have any broken bones or fractures along with an active lawsuit you can qualify. Keep in mind that you need to have a lawyer who is representing your case. In addition, Uplift Legal Funding also takes into consideration the extent of damages you have sustained and jurisdiction of your case.

Some of the most common signs and symptoms of broken/fractured bones include:

  • Swelling or bruising over a bone
  • Deformity of an arm or leg
  • Pain in the injured area that gets worse when the area is moved
  • Loss of function in the injured area
  • In open fractures, bone protruding from the skin

If you are not sure we cover your case type give us a call we would be happy to answer any questions you have.


Information & Statistics – Broken Bones/Fractures

Fractured bones must be set in their proper place and held there in order to heal properly. Setting a bone is called reduction. Repositioning a bone without surgery is closed reduction. Serious fractures may require open reduction — repositioning using surgery. In some cases, devices such as pins, plates, screws, or rods are used to hold the fracture in place.

In addition to surgery most often people with broken bones or fractures will require some sort of physical therapy and chiropractic care. This is necessary because the ability to use movement and function in bones after prolonged periods of no movement is very difficult.

According to the National Center For Biotechnology Information each year an estimated 1.5 million individuals suffer a bone fracture due to bone disease. Maintaining healthy bones is key in preventing bone fractures some precautionary steps that can be taken to help prevent bone fractures are;

  • Get enough vitamin D
  • Cut back on caffeine
  • Exercise daily
  • Do not drink excessively
  • Pay attention to medicine side effects


Uplift Legal Funding Can Help

If you need cash today to help manage your expense Uplift Legal Funding can help. We have years of experience dealing with broken bones/fracture injuries. We understand the complexities of all cases we fund and try our best to adhere to them. Your pre-settlement loan with Uplift is risk-free and we guarantee the lowest rate in the market. Call us (800) 385-3660 or apply online to get started!