I'm a bit accident prone too, but luckly I haven't broken anything aside from toes.
Lets see, some of the ones that have stood out from the normal little accidents.
Wasps sting at 5 years old (not allergic)
Red harvester ant sting on the back of my neck at 6 years old, that swelled and made me sick, required a doctor visit.
Many bad colds that progressed into bronchial infections.
In a car wreck at 8, caused some neck damage. Following chiropractor visit caused back problems...
Tossed off a horse at 9.
Some"thing" yanked my feet out from under me causing me fall down the stairs at 11, head and neck saved by the laundry basket in my arms, the rest of me was scrapped up and bruised.
Numerous accidents involving broken glass.
12, Walked into a pipe, broke a bunch of cartilage in my left ear.
Nails! 4 of them, 3 separate occasions.
Fell on ice a few times in Michigan, once bad enough that I couldn't walk for a few days.
More bad colds, bronchial infections, pneumonia. Bad infection in my gallbladder (never took it out though).
Electrocuted myself on a lamp cord with a short, felt weird for a few hours but didn't go to the hospital.
17, Twisted ankle so badly it made a loud snapping noise, took months to heal.
Nearly flung out of a roller coaster, left very bruised.
More recently, cat bite resulting in a hospital visit.
Slammed left pointer finger in car door, lost feeling in it for 4 months.
Blacked out when reaching above my head for ceiling fan cord, awoke with a lump on my head and a red welt on my back.
I haven't had a serious accident in over 2 years, maybe I've finally learned to watch where I'm going and where I put my hands.