Loss of Limb Lawyer
An amputation can result from a wide variety of on-the-job accidents, including those involving defective machinery, power tools, farm equipment, and car, truck, and other vehicle accidents. However, an accident may cause an injury that is not immediately an amputation or loss of limb. A doctor may determine that amputating the body part is in the victim’s best interests.
At the office of Louis P. Lombardi II Law, LLC., we represent clients who have sustained an amputation due to an accident in Montgomery County, Bucks County or any of the surrounding Pennsylvania communities. While most of the amputation cases we handle stem from a work accident and result in our pursuit of workers’ compensation benefits, we also handle amputation cases that occurred in a non-work setting and result in a personal injury lawsuit.
Whether you have lost a finger, toe, arm or other body parts, we can help you understand your rights. Call our office today to schedule a free initial consultation.
Clients often have many questions that may be answered by our firm and addressed in the claim for benefits and compensation, such as:
- How does this affect your work and life?
- Is the disability permanent and results in the inability to work?
- How much will physical and rehabilitative therapy cost?
- Will a prosthetic device be needed and what will the cost be?
- Will career or occupational training be needed?
- Are there potential life-long complications that may require additional medical attention in the future?
- What will that life-long care cost in terms of time and money?
- How will the new disability be accommodated at work and at home?
Separately Compensable Regardless of Disability
It is important for clients to know that amputation injuries are separately compensable. This means that the losses that you suffer, whether it be multiple amputations, multiple disabilities, loss of function, loss of enjoyment of life, pain and suffering or medical expenses, you may be able to obtain compensation for each. Our firm can meet with you, assess your case, and determine how this may apply in your specific situation.
Contact a Montgomery County Amputation Injury Lawyer Today
Contact a knowledgeable workers’ compensation, equipment injury and personal injury lawyer today. We offer a free initial consultation and take no attorney fees unless we recover money for you.