Working To Protect Your Future After An Amputation Injury

In addition to the physical challenges victims suffer, there may be no other type of injury that brings about such emotional trauma as the loss of a limb. Whether you have lost a finger or a leg, you are incomplete, and nothing you do will ever make you feel whole again. If your amputation occurred because of another party's negligence, you have the right to be fully compensated for your pain and suffering, loss of income, as well as the medical care and equipment you will need throughout your life.

Insurance companies understand the expenses associated with the lifetime care of an amputee. They are very strategic in their efforts to limit their financial exposure in these cases. They offer settlements that may only accommodate victims' initial recovery, working specifically to avoid full responsibility for long-term care. If you have suffered an amputation injury, be sure that you have a lawyer with the ability to fully protect your interests.

Experienced Advocates For Your Amputation Injury Claim

At the law firm of Young Ricchiuti Caldwell & Heller, our personal injury attorneys will work hard to secure compensation for your current and future needs. From our office in Philadelphia, we represent clients throughout Southeastern Pennsylvania. We understand what the insurance companies refuse to admit: that victims never fully recover from an amputation injury.

When you choose our firm, you can feel confident that everything possible will be done to secure the most comprehensive compensation available. We will work to include provisions for lifetime replacement prostheses and other equipment you will need throughout your life. We also seek compensation for your loss of income and earning capacity, loss of enjoyment of life and any other considerations relevant to your claim.

Speak With An Attorney About Your Amputation Injury Claim

Contact our office to schedule a free initial consultation about your injuries. You can reach us by phone at 267-838-9653 or via email for an appointment. We accept all personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis, which means you won't pay any attorney fees unless we obtain compensation for you.