Amputations injuries are among the worst and most horrific type of injury you can sustain. Losing a body part to trauma impacts a person not only physically, but also emotionally, leaving anger, bitterness, and resentment. The psychological injury is usually a consequence of how easily the injury could have been avoided. An experienced amputation injury attorney should be contacted to assist with any possible claim.
Once a limb has been amputated, the victim needs to relearn basic skills such as walking, holding onto an object, and typing. Retraining or accommodation at work is usually required.
Because of the permanency of the injury, recovery can be slow and pain can last a lifetime. Even though the body part is gone, some people still feel pain, also known as “phantom limb.”
Equipment to replace the limb to walk or hold objects usually must be purchased. These parts wear out, so the cost and duration of the support device needs to be calculated before full and fair compensation can be determined.
Hire the Right Amputation Injury Attorney
The lawyers at The Traub Law Office, P.C. provide comprehensive representation to clients throughout Texas and across the country in a wide variety of accident injury amputation cases. You can rely on us to pursue every available option in an effort to secure the compensation you need to recover from your injuries and begin the process of moving on with your life.
We have the experience and the resources to properly investigate your case, determine the current and future needs that will need to be accommodated and seek the necessary compensation to pay for them.
Among the damages we may seek in your case are:
- Medical care
- Lost wages and loss of earning capacity
- Medical equipment, including prosthetic limbs
- Emotional distress
- Pain and suffering
Contact an amputation attorney in Austin
Contact our office to discuss your amputation injury claim with an attorney. We are available during regular business hours and by appointment at other times. Please contact us to learn how we can help you. Call (512) 246-9191 or fill in the form below.