Compensation For The Devastation Of Loss Of Limb
Accidental Amputation · Surgical Amputation
Loss of a limb in an accident is a life-changing event. It affects a person physically, emotionally and financially. If someone else is responsible for the accident that caused your amputation, you are entitled to seek compensation for everything you have lost.
At Britton Law, in Fayetteville, North Carolina, our catastrophic injury law firm helps amputation victims get the medical help they need and the compensation they deserve. We offer a free initial consultation to discuss your case.
Helping You Come Back From A Devastating Injury
Unfortunately, it is not always medically possible to save a limb that has suffered an extreme injury. Either the severed limb cannot be reattached, or it becomes necessary to perform a surgical amputation to save the rest of the limb or save the person’s life.
As a result, you may need medical care for a long period of time. Your home may need modifications, and you may need prosthetics. You and your family will require significant compensation to cover these costs now and in the future.
You will likely need to learn new ways of performing daily activities. You may need more assistance from others, and your career may change. All of this can take a toll on your psyche. Many amputation victims often require counseling to adjust to their new lives.
Insurance companies sometimes assign a dollar figure to amputations: X amount for a lost finger or toe, more for a lost hand or foot, and a certain amount for amputation of the whole arm or leg, or a double amputation. We work to ensure clients are compensated not by a formula but for the actual impact on their ability to work and enjoyment of life, as well as the psychological suffering.
Our Fayetteville amputation injury lawyers have helped people deal with catastrophic injuries for more than 25 years. We serve clients in Fayetteville, Raleigh, Wilmington and other North Carolina communities.
We Pursue Your Rightful Compensation For An Amputation Injury
For a free consultation, call our Fayetteville amputation injury attorneys at 910-401-3356. We take personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis. If we accept your case, there is no fee unless we recover damages for you.