Motorcycle accidents and construction accidents are common causes of amputation injuries. Diseases can also cause sufferers to lose limbs. Sometimes the loss of an arm or leg is a result of medical malpractice. Losing a hand, foot, arm or leg is not only painful and traumatic. It also means that an amputee will face a lifetime of disability. If you suffered an amputation in a serious accident, you should talk to a personal injury attorney as soon as possible, in addition to seeking the best medical care and rehabilitation therapy available.
Taking timely legal action can have a direct impact on the effectiveness of your recovery after an accident that results in amputation. A successful injury claim or lawsuit can give you the necessary financial support to be able to afford the best therapy and prostheses you can find. Innovations in artificial hands, feet, arms and legs offer hope to many amputees. Money can open doors and offer you the opportunity to take advantage of state-of-the-art technology for amputees.Pursuing All Sources Of Compensation
Depending on the circumstances that led to your amputation injuries, attorneys at Caesar and Napoli, P.C., can help you pursue the relevant pathway(s) to compensation:
- Personal injury claim or lawsuit
- Premises liability claims
- Auto insurance litigation, if necessary
- Medical malpractice litigation, if applicable
- Workers' compensation claims
- Third-party liability claims, if applicable, after a construction accident
Chronic nerve pain is a challenge for many amputation injury victims. If we represent you, we will urge you not to accept a quick settlement. Rather, you need comprehensive medical evaluations. A life care planner and an economist can help our law firm put together a compelling, comprehensive injury claim or lawsuit on your behalf.Contact An Amputation Injury Lawyer In New York City
At Caesar and Napoli, P.C., our attorneys offer free initial consultations. To schedule a consultation with an attorney, please contact us at (888) 235-6766. Most personal injury cases are handled on a contingency basis. This means you will not owe attorneys' fees unless we win a recovery for your case.