If you have been in a car collision or in a truck collision or in another kind of serious accident, the amputation of one of your limbs may be the only way to stop the spread of infection and disease. Especially if there is significant bleeding and irreparable damage, your doctor might amputate a limb to save your life. But no matter the reason, losing an arm is tragic and it drastically alters your life.
Your ability to work, enjoy life, and perform your daily tasks may all deteriorate. You may feel weighed down by grief. On top of that, you may have large, unceasing expenses, for medical treatment, for physical and occupational therapy, and even for daily assistance.
If your amputation occurred because of an incident that was not your fault, we want to make sure you get the compensation you need and deserve.
How We Can Help
If you have lost an arm or a leg due to the negligence of someone else, you deserve the utmost compensation.
Our friendly, professional, and caring firm understands what you’re going through, and we’re here to help you win, while telling you exactly what you can expect along the way. We will work for you to prepare and argue your case.
Financial Recovery for an Amputation
We will make the case that you should be compensated for all of your losses, covering:
- Medical bills
- Therapy bills
- Diminished earning capacity
- Modifications to your car and home
- Loss of the enjoyment of life
- Past and future pain
- Past and future mental suffering.
If you've been hurt, let us help
We want nothing more than to ensure you are justly compensated for your injury or loss and would be thrilled if you decide to put us to work for you.
We offer a FREE, no obligation consultation. If we are not the best option for you, we will tell you and direct you to the firm or attorney that is. If we are the best option, then we will work with you every step of the way.
We are now faced with the fact that tomorrow is today. We are confronted with the fierce urgency of now. In this unfolding conundrum of life and history, there is such a thing as being too late.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.