Injuries resulting in amputation or loss of one or more limbs can alter your life and livelihood. If you suffered this severe type of injury, no amount of compensation can undo the harm that has been done. But compensation awarded in an injury claim can help you pay for your medical care, lost wages, job retraining, rehabilitation therapy and all other expenses. For a free case evaluation, please call Whetstone Perkins & Fulda at 803-799-9400.
Serious Accidents Resulting in Amputation Injuries
At our South Carolina law firm, we have handled amputation cases involving the following accidents and others:
These accidents may partially or completely sever arms, legs, toes or fingers. You may be unable to return to work as a result of these injuries. You may be in pain and you may require extensive medical care. On top of all that, an injury of this nature can be extremely traumatizing and you may be in anguish over the disfigurement caused by amputation.
Compensation for Amputation/Loss of Limb Injuries
In your injury case, we will fight aggressively to pursue compensation on your behalf. You deserve compensation for a loss of limb injury caused by someone else's negligence or careless behavior. In these types of cases, compensation may be awarded for several things, including:
- Medical bills
- Physical rehabilitation
- Job retraining
- Prosthesis costs
- Home and vehicle modifications
- Pain and suffering
- Diminished enjoyment of life
We use advanced technology and expert testimony – among many other resources – to demonstrate what happened to cause your injury and the extent to which it has impacted your life and well-being. We do not believe you should have to experience these devastating consequences without being compensated by the responsible party or by the insurance company.
After suffering an injury resulting in amputation of one or more limbs, call Whetstone Perkins & Fulda at 803-799-9400 for a free case evaluation. Our experienced lawyers serve Columbia, Myrtle Beach, Kingstree and all of the surrounding areas in South Carolina.