Limb Loss & Amputation

Limb Loss & Amputation Lawyers

Dealing with an injury can be challenging to overcome physically and mentally. The issue intensifies when you lose a limb that needs to be amputated. Amputation occurs when your limb (legs or arms) is so severely damaged that it is beyond repair or if the limb’s infection can cause danger to the rest of the body. According to Johns Hopkins Medicine, traumatic or catastrophic injury accounts for about 45% of all amputations. The physical recovery can last weeks, but the emotional healing typically lasts longer than expected. We want to help ease your way back to everyday life as much as possible, and with that comes the fight. The fight you will have for your health and we will take on to ensure you are financially compensated for your loss and trauma.

Let us take care of you. Call for a free consultation at 888-514-5112 or click here to set up your free consultation call-back time.

Moving forward

It’s important to remember that not all hope is lost after such an injury. The road to recovery may seem lengthy, but your optimism should be prioritized to help speed up the rehabilitation. Depending on your injury’s seriousness, your doctor may suggest a team of therapists. Therapists can include:

  • Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Doctor
  • Physical Therapist
  • Prosthetic or Orthotic Expert
  • Occupational Therapist
  • Rehabilitation Psychologist

Aside from the team of experts to assist you in your recovery, there are also support organizations dedicated to helping find support for amputees. Please visit for more information.

How we can help

It is not just a mental and physical battle you will undergo; you may also be impacted financially. We want you to know that we are here to help. The potential compensation that you are entitled to ranges from any of the following:

  • Physical Damage.
  • Current and Future medical expenses.
  • Past and future loss of wages.
  • Loss of quality of life.
  • Any economic or non-economic damage sustained.
  • Emotional Distress.

Initial admission of liability by the wrongdoer is very rare. You will need a strong firm on your side to make sure this happens. Do not just trust your serious injuries with any firm. Call us today for a free consultation at 888-514-5112, or set up your free consultation call back at a date and time that works best for us to get back to you.

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