A crush injury occurs when a body part, usually a hand or an arm, is compressed to the point where blood flow is compromised. This will cause a serious and sometimes fatal injury to the worker. If you have suffered a crush injury in the scope of your employment contact an experienced workers' compensation attorney at our law office.
Fingertip injuries can be crushing, tearing (lacerating), or amputating injuries to the tips of fingers and thumbs. Injury can include damage to skin and soft tissue, bone (distal phalanx), or to the nail and nailbed. The tips of longer fingers tend to be injured more .