Our amputation lawyers are some of the best in the business. Amputation is performed when it is deemed medically necessary. While the amputation may be necessary, the condition warranting the amputation may have been caused by someone else. If you were in a similar situation, our amputation lawyers can help you get the compensation you deserve.
Reasons To File An Amputation Lawsuit
If your amputation was the result of a condition caused or worsened by negligence, you may file an amputation lawsuit. In some cases, the amputation may not have been a medical act. For example, you may have been involved in an industrial accident with a metal blade that caused dismemberment of a limb. Auto accidents caused by others may result in dismemberment. Both of the previous examples may also be causes leading to amputation. If severe trauma is suffered in an accident, amputation is often deemed necessary. Our amputation lawyers have experience in cases where severe trauma, dismemberment, medical neglect and poor post-operative care led to amputation.
How Long Will My Lawsuit Take?
There is no specific time window for all amputation lawsuits. Each one varies based on the cooperation of the parties involved, the situation, supporting documentation and other factors. At Chain | Cohn | Stiles, our attorneys have the experience and knowledge needed to help you achieve the best possible outcome as quickly as possible. We are always happy to answer questions, and we make it a priority to keep you informed about the process and what to expect next.
Why Do I Need An Amputation Lawyer?
It is important to have a good amputation attorney to ensure the best outcome. In some cases, an insurance company may be involved and will try to make settlement offers. Their goal is to settle for as little as possible. Only an amputation lawyer will fight to get you the money you need for lost wages, paying your bills, paying for medical expenses and paying for other expenses such as child care and new career training.
Your Local Amputation Attorney
We are the law firm of choice for amputation patients. If you lost a limb because of another person’s negligence, call Chain | Cohn | Stiles at (661)616-9829 today for a free consultation with an amputation attorney.