If you have Suffered a Loss-of-Limb, A Dallas Amputation Lawyer Can Help.
A motor vehicle accident or instance of medical malpractice that causes the loss of a limb or the need for amputation can leave the innocent victim facing unexpected physical challenges, lifestyle alterations and massive medical expenses.
The personal injury attorneys at Guajardo & Marks understand the life-altering effects of injuries that result in an amputation. If you or a family member lost a limb due to the negligence of another, we may be able to help you pursue the financial security you need.
Causes of Amputation and Loss-of-Limb Injuries
Loss-of-limb and amputation injuries are often the result of a personal injury accident including:
- Car accidents
- 18-wheeler truck accidents
- Motor vehicle defects
- Construction site accidents
- Medical malpractice
- Rollover accidents
- Commercial vehicle accidents
Compensation in Loss-of-Limb and Amputation Injury Cases
Although advancements in prosthetic devices have allowed some amputees to regain mobility and functionality, many who lose limbs are not able to perform or work in their previous capacities. Because of this, loss of income becomes an integral part of any lawsuit.
Compensation in an amputation injury cases may include money for:
- Medical expenses
- Physical therapy
- Lost income
- Home and lifestyle modifications
- Vocational training
Individual loss of mobility is a factor in determining damages for loss-of-limb victims. An amputation lawyer will investigate all of the factors surrounding your case and determine the best course of action. This will most often include the filing of a lawsuit to seek damages . For additional information, please see our Compensation in Catastrophic Injury Cases page.
If you or a loved one suffered the loss of a limb due to another person’s carelessness or a product defect please contact Guajardo & Marks online or call (972) 774-9800 for your free consultation. Our catastrophic injury attorneys have decades of successful experience representing victims of amputation injuries and their loved ones.