Tibia & Fibula Fractures


The lower leg is composed of two bones, the thicker tibia bone and the thinner fibula bone. Lower leg fractures are among the most common fractures and can be due to trauma or accidents, congenital abnormalities, bone disorders, and a host of other problems. While most such fractures are not life-threatening, and can be treated with splinting or casting, immediate medical attention is advised in order to promote proper healing.


To discuss your Tibia Fracture or Fibula Fracture, please contact our firm at your convenience. With offices in Los Angeles and New York, we represent clients throughout California, New York, Illinois, Nevada, and Arizona.


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