You rely on having full use of all your limbs every day of your life. Losing one can have a devastating impact.
Unfortunately, sometimes victims lose limbs or need to have them amputated because they are involved in accidents resulting from the negligence of others. Schedule a case review with the Chester County, PA amputations attorney at The Weitz Firm, LLC if this ever happens to you. We’ll determine if you are eligible for financial compensation, and we will help you pursue it if so.
There isn’t one single type of accident that may rob a victim of limbs or injure them in a manner that necessitates amputation. Common examples of accidents resulting in the need for amputations include (but are not limited to) the following:
Again, those are merely a few examples. Often, when someone sustains an injury and must have a limb amputated as a result, they can seek financial compensation for their medical bills and various other losses. This is an option when an accident resulted from another party’s negligence. Additionally, because a victim doesn’t have to prove negligence to seek workers’ compensation benefits, if an accident occurred when a victim was on-the-job, they also have the option of filing a claim for compensation.
Various types of negligence can result in an accident that causes a victim to lose a limb or have one amputated. For example, if an accident involving a defective product causes loss of limb, the negligent parties responsible for compensating a victim may be the product’s designers or manufacturers.
Properly identifying the negligent parties is a critical element of demonstrating why a victim deserves to be compensated. This is one of many ways in which a Chester County amputations attorney can help. With assistance from the experts at their Chester County amputations law firm, they can investigate an accident to determine who the negligent parties are and to gather evidence proving their negligence directly caused a victim’s injuries.
Loss of even one limb can have a profound impact on a victim’s life. In the immediate aftermath of their accident, they will be left facing costly medical bills. They may even need to pay for ongoing care.
Losing a limb will also likely impact one’s ability to return to work or find work elsewhere. This can result in loss of income.
On top of those economic losses, a victim will likely experience a range of non-economic losses, such as pain and suffering, loss of enjoyment of life, and more.
Nothing can fully compensate a victim for the loss of a limb after an avoidable accident. However, financial compensation can reduce the burden a victim faces to some degree by ensuring they receive payment for their medical bills, lost wages, and the various other losses associated with their accident.
If you have lost a limb or had one amputated as a result of an accident someone else caused, contact our Chester County amputations attorney at The Weitz Firm, LLC. We are prepared to fight for the compensation you deserve. Learn more about how we can help by contacting us online or calling us at 267-587-6240 to schedule your free consultation.