Amputation Injury Attorneys
The loss of one or more parts of the body in an accident is among the most devastating types of personal injury you can sustain. No matter what body part has been amputated, you will face extensive medical bills, long term rehabilitation, and untold amounts of personal pain and suffering. To make things more complicated, you may no longer be able to perform your job as well as spend the rest of your life relying on medical devices for mobility.
Types of Accidents that Can Lead to Amputations
Injuries that necessitate the amputation of a limb can occur in a number of circumstances including:
If your need for amputation was due to the negligent act of another, you have a right to seek compensation for related medical expenses and other costs. The aggressive New Jersey personal injury attorneys at Wapner Newman are prepared to assist you in holding the responsible party accountable and recovering maximum financial compensation.
Compensation in Amputation Injury Claims in Pennsylvania
Damages in amputation injury lawsuits can include money for:
- Related medical expenses
- Prosthetic expenses
- Rehabilitation expenses
- Lost wages
- Impacted quality of life
- Pain and suffering
We know how to deal with insurance companies and how to prove liability in personal injury claims. Our track record demonstrates that we will not back down or become intimidated by insurance company tactics.
If you or a loved one has suffered from an accident resulting in amputation in Philadelphia or Allentown, Pennsylvania, or in New Jersey, please contact Wapner Newman to schedule your free case consultation today with one of our experienced personal injury attorneys.
Fighting for Your Rights
Amputation injury can occur in nearly any type of accident, but are most common in construction and industrial accidents. In many cases, amputation will require home modifications, special care, and will place a permanent limitation on physical abilities. These things, along with medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering must be taken into account when seeking compensation.
The amputation injury attorneys at our firm know how devastating these injuries can be for both individuals and entire families. We have what it takes to hold the party responsible for your injuries accountable, and to help you get the full compensation you are due.
To schedule a free consultation with one of our amputation injury attorneys, please contact us today. We maintain offices in Allentown, Philadelphia, and West Conshohocken, Pennsylvania, and Marlton, New Jersey. We can also come to you if your injury makes travel difficult.