Being injured in a car accident can lead to devastating injuries. The severity of these injuries depend on a variety of factors; however, any injuries that a person suffers during an accident can lead to hardships. We understand that no matter what the injury you suffered, you likely want ensure that the financial effects of the accident and injury are minimized.
Some people who are in bad car accidents and some pedestrians who are struck by a motorist might suffer from an amputation. This means that a body part, usually a digit or limb, has been severed from the body. The severing can be either partial or complete. In the case of an amputation, the stump and severed limb will need to be cared for properly if there is going to be any chance of reattachment.
Even when an amputated body part is able to be reattached, there is a good chance that the person won’t have full use of it. The can mean that the person might not be able to do things in a normal manner. In some cases, such as if a transcriptionist loses a hand, the person might not be able to return to the same form of work. That means a loss of income on top of the medical bills that came from treating the injury.
No matter what type of motor vehicle crash you were involved in, including those caused by a drunk driver or a distracted driver, we can help you to seek the compensation you deserve. We take the severity of the injury and a host of other considerations into account when we are determining several points of your case.