What year are you in? First you need to do some spell checking so you can look up the structures that are affected. If your anatomy book has illustrations look to see what else is around the bones (nerves, tendons, ligaments, vessels) and what would happen if the bones shifted. If your book has insufficient illustrations on the web you can access Grays Anatomy (not the tv show) but a magnificent work with every part of the body illustrated.
FIrst assessment is always vital signs-frequently. Why? There is usually a change when a person is in pain...and other symptoms.
If circulation is being compromised where would you check to see that it was? Look that up also. hint pulses.
If nerves are compromised where would you check to see that? Look that up.
hint sensation distal to the fracture following nerve pathways.
Are they in a cast? An external fixator? A posterior splint with a lot of soft batting to allow for swelling the first days?
Check your orders for weight bearing. How much? Check for elevation-does the doctor want it? How much.
I'm not picking on you, but you don't have enough information right now to start on a plan. Research deeply. And let us know what you came up with. I have confidence you will do well.