Attorneys Representing Amputation Victims
There is no doubt that the loss of a limb always has a permanent impact. Loss of a finger can prevent a person from continuing in their line of work or from pursuing their favorite hobbies. Loss of a toe can throw off balance. Needless to say, the loss of an arm or a leg is a catastrophic condition that has lifelong repercussions.
If you or someone you care about has suffered amputation of a limb because of someone else’s negligence, you can turn to an experienced attorney for help.
At Perey Law Group in Seattle, Washington, we have more than 25 years of experience working to recover compensation for loss of limb and other injuries.
Full Compensation. Fair Compensation.
Our lawyers spend every day helping accident victims, including amputation victims, get the compensation they need to cover all costs:
- We will seek compensation for all past, present and future medical costs, including the cost of long-term physical therapy.
- We will seek compensation for the pain and the suffering that the victim has had to go through because of the accident.
- We will seek compensation for loss of income caused by inability to work, as well as for any loss of future earning capacity.
Causes of Loss of Limb Injuries
Amputation injuries are often the outcome of serious motor vehicle accidents. Car accidents, truck accidents and motorcycle accidents can lead to loss of limb.
Medical malpractice can play a role in these injuries. The amputation may be the result of a doctor’s mistake, such as surgery on the wrong limb. It may also be a matter of an injury being complicated because a doctor fails to treat it properly.
Other acts of negligence that can cause amputation injuries include:
- Nursing home abuse and neglect
- Product liability
- Construction accidents
- Child abuse
- Aviation accidents
You Will Only Pay If We Recover Compensation For You
All personal injury cases are handled on a contingency basis. We only ask for payment if we recover compensation for you in your personal injury case.
Contact us today to discuss your case with an experienced lawyer.