Orthopedic Injuries Attorneys In Naperville, Illinois

According to an article in the Journal of Surgical Research, a total of 7,214,915 patients were diagnosed with orthopedic injuries in 2013 and 2014. Those diagnoses resulted in over 1 million emergency orthopedic surgical procedures, which come with expensive medical bills in addition to the pain.

Orthopedic injuries are serious health issues that can affect the rest of your life. Whether you experienced a dislocation, fracture, break, sprain, or other injuries, an orthopedic injury can have a damaging impact on your overall health.

Suffering through an orthopedic injury that was caused by an accident that wasn't your fault is a frustrating experience. Our team at Marker & Crannell will visit you at home or in the hospital and help you determine your best course of action to take. We're proud to serve clients in and around Naperville, Illinois, as well as Bolingbrook, Aurora, Romeoville, and Joliet.

Understanding Orthopedic Injuries

Any injury to the musculoskeletal system is considered an orthopedic injury, which is a type of personal injury. These injuries are usually a result of an accident or trauma to the body.

Examples of orthopedic injuries include:

  • Sprains
  • Fractures
  • Breaks
  • Overuse injuries (such as tennis elbow)
  • Dislocations
  • Hernias

Carpal tunnel syndrome, stress fractures, sprained ankles, and rotator cuff tears are specific examples of common orthopedic injuries.

Common Causes of Orthopedic Injuries

While there are many reasons why someone may suffer from an orthopedic injury, these are some of the most common causes.

Car Accidents

A common cause of orthopedic injuries is car crashes. In a car accident, your bones may break or fracture, you may experience sprains, or you may suffer a combination of both. Injuries from a car accident may change your life forever.


Falls are another common cause of orthopedic injuries. Many older individuals have balance disorders and weaker bones. Both of these factors can cause falls.

Bike Accidents

When a cyclist is hit by a vehicle, another cyclist, or another object, or when a cyclist falls, he or she can suffer serious orthopedic injuries.

Symptoms and Long-Term Effects

The symptoms of an orthopedic injury will depend on the type of trauma. However, there are some common symptoms, including pain, weakness, inflammation, and swelling.

Healing a broken bone or another serious orthopedic injury can be an arduous process. You may experience pain for weeks, months, or even years after the initial injury. The long-term effects will depend on the severity of the injury.

Sometimes, there can be serious complications after the injury happened. In extremely severe cases, some patients get bone infections after trauma. The infection will kill the bone and prevent fractures from healing. This severe situation requires the patient to go through surgery to remove the infection.

Seek Compensation

When an accident that wasn't your fault causes you to suffer an orthopedic injury, you may seek justice either outside or inside the courtroom. An experienced personal injury attorney can listen to the details of your case and help you determine the best path. You may be able to pursue financial compensation from the person or party that caused your injury.


An orthopedic injury could mean weeks or months of pain, as well as years of expensive medical bills. You don't have to suffer alone. Our team at Marker & Crannell is here to help you seek the compensation you deserve for your injury. We're proud to represent clients in and around Naperville, Illinois, as well as Bolingbrook, Aurora, Romeoville, and Joliet. Contact us today to schedule your free consultation.


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