Amputations: Common Instances

A catastrophic injury, like an amputation, can occur in a number of situations. A person may lose a limb in a:

The Loss Of Limbs Because Of Medical Negligence Or Neglect

The amputation of a limb can also occur in a medical situation.

If a physician provides substandard care to a patient because of a failure to treat a vascular clotting, and such clotting cuts off the circulation to a limb resulting in amputation, that is medical negligence and could give rise to a cause of action.

The Importance Of Getting The Right Lawyer To Help You Get The Right Compensation For Your Injury

In the event that you or a loved one is suffering from the sudden and unexpected loss of a limb because of an accident or another person's negligence, it is important that you hire an experienced personal injury lawyer to handle the matter.

An amputation can be physically, emotionally and financially devastating. In many cases, a catastrophic injury caused by amputation requires extensive hospital stays, physical therapy, use of prosthetic limbs and/or wheelchairs and significant emotional stress and physical pain.

The costs associated are often thousands of dollars and more; prosthetics require continuous adjustments, alterations and replacements.

Further, loss of wages and job loss are also common for victims of amputations. Such injuries often prevent individuals from returning to their previous jobs, especially if the work required heavy lifting or extensive physical exertion.

Here's How Our Firm Can Help You

At The Law Office of Scott Righthand, P.C., in San Francisco, we have successfully litigated and helped obtain compensation for single and quadruple amputation cases due to the negligence of other people.

With over 35 years of experience, a list of successful recoveries and a stellar reputation among our fellow colleagues, we have the knowledge and expertise to handle any personal injury case.

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Our lawyers stand ready to ensure that your rights are protected. Call 415-544-0115 today to set up an appointment to talk about your case, potential compensation available to you and the steps involved with the process.

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