Medial Condyle Fracture in a Child
I’m Ed Smith, a Personal Injury Lawyer in Sacramento. Kids will be kids. They are active and like to rough-house with their siblings or friends. While it is not unusual for children to collect some bumps and bruises on their way to adulthood, some injuries are more severe than others. Children are still growing and developing. This means that their bones are growing as well. Injuries to these bones can cause a child to have some form of abnormal growth, inhibiting their quality of life.
According to some statistics from Akron Children’s Hospital: