Amputation Injury

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An amputation can be life-altering. It limits a victim’s ability to function at the same level as they did prior to losing their arm, leg, finger or toe. And, it can lead to feelings of grief, loss, anxiety and depression.

Sometimes amputations are a necessary medical intervention due to an illness or other condition that no one bears responsibility for. Other times, they are a result of the negligence of someone else.

Amputations can occur when limbs are crushed or severed in a car accident, trucking accident, motorcycle accident, pedestrian accident, construction or other work-related accident.

They can also be the result of improper care in a medical facility, medical malpractice or unsafe conditions, or lack of training or supervision in a workplace.

If you or a loved one has suffered an amputation as a result of someone else’s negligence, you deserve fair compensation and justice.

At Whitfield Coleman Montoya, we have the experience and we are ready and willing to fight for the compensation, justice, and closure you deserve.

You may be eligible for compensation for medical bills, loss of income, pain and suffering and lost quality of life.

You have the right to be compensated if you are injured due to someone else’s negligence.

Contact Whitfield Coleman Montoya today for a free case evaluation. We only charge a fee if we win your head injury claim.

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