Many types of injuries, no matter how diverse in cause often include cuts and lacerations. These can include those related to an auto crash, a slip and fall accident, or a dog attack.
A laceration is a cut or tears in the skin. Various features may cause this condition. Items such as broken glass, debris from a slip and fall, or from nails or teeth can rip skin apart.
But blunt force trauma seen during a rollover crash remains just as deadly. Injuries range from minor to fatal. The skillful hands at the Ehline Law Firm can assist those in the Los Angeles area that have suffered such an injury. Get a free consultation at (213) 596-9642.
Skin injuries remain the main cause of lacerations. It happens if the skin is split open or separated. Many times this is a jagged cut. These are particularly dangerous, especially when caused by blunt force trauma, such as in a car crash. Other causes and issues can include:
Such a gash or laceration can take place anywhere on the body. These are external, and there are some common places where they most often occur, including the face, arms, and legs.
A deep laceration can be especially serious if there is damage to the muscle or bone. When the laceration is on the face, it can require extensive treatment to avoid disfigurement.
Lacerations are among the most apparent injuries a body can sustain and can include the following symptoms:
The treatment for a wound such as this will depend on the location, the depth, and size of the injury. The first treatment for the injury will be to stop the bleeding, and other treatments include:
These injuries need immediate medical care to heal properly. Treatment is critical in avoiding major blood loss or infection. Scarring or debilitation can also be significant issues.
Other issues can include:
If you or a loved was injured in such a manner, make sure you have the best legal coverage possible. Call the Ehline Law Firm and its specialized attorneys for a free, no-pressure consultation. Call locally at (213) 596-9642.
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