Traumatic Amputation Compensation
Having a limb amputated due to accidental damage can be very painful, traumatic and costly.
If you or someone you know has lost a limb because of an automobile, construction or work related accident, you may be able to receive monetary compensation for the costs you’ve incurred from the person(s) responsible for your loss.
Compensation for Accidental Injuries
You may be able to receive compensation for any or all costs that you’ve acquired from a traumatic amputation. Items that you may receive compensation for include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Medical Services (Recovery Costs): Medical services include hospital visits, medicine costs, rehabilitation, physical therapy, chiropractic care and other costly medical supplies such as prosthetic limbs.
- Employment Compensation: Traumatic accidental injuries can take you away from your job for extended periods of time. You may be awarded compensation to cover the financial losses you’ve experienced from being away from your job. If you’ve received an injury that permanently prevents you from resuming your occupation, you may be able to fight for compensation to cover your future financial losses also.
- Extreme Pain and Suffering: You may receive compensation for extreme physical or emotional pain, embarrassment, disability or a loss of quality of life.
If you want to fight to get compensation for an injury you have received, we advise that you do not take action alone. The attorneys at Patton Mosier possess a deep knowledge of the law and extensive experience in litigating injury claims to ensure that you do not settle for anything less than what you deserve.
Contact Our Reputable Personal Injury Lawyer
Patton Mosier represents those who have received injuries from all types of accidents, including traumatic amputations. We are known for taking on fewer cases in order to provide the most thorough and aggressive legal representation for the cases that we do take. Our lawyers possess the experience and track record needed to fight for the money you deserve.