At Fulmer Sill, we know that dealing with critical injuries of loved ones is extremely difficult. We understand how it completely changes your life and can put a tremendous strain on your physical and emotional condition, your finances, and your future. We encourage you to contact our firm so that we can help you to evaluate your situation and discuss all of your legal options.
One out of every 200 Americans—1.7 million people overall—has suffered some type of limb loss, with 50,000 new amputation cases reported across the U.S. annually, according to national statistics. A large number of these amputations occur as a result of traumatic accidents. However, diseases and other medical conditions—from diabetes, cancers, infections and tumors—outnumber trauma as the primary cause. Losing a limb can cause the victim to face a long, painful, and expensive road to recovery – physical therapy and continuous medical care are common treatment plans for victims of such injuries. The loss of a limb can result in medical complications including infection, permanent nerve damage, and joint contractures. One of the most common symptoms victims experience is a phantom pain in the amputated portion of the lost limb. It usually manifests as a burning, shooting, stabbing, or throbbing sensation.
COMMON CAUSES OF AMPUTATION INJURY
- WORKPLACE INJURIES
- DANGEROUS PROPERTY CONDITIONS
- CONSTRUCTION SITE ACCIDENTS
- MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENTS
- DEFECTIVE & DANGEROUS PRODUCTS
DO YOU NEED HELP WITH A POTENTIAL AMPUTATION INJURY CLAIM?
The damages that can result from a amputation injury can be both physically and emotionally daunting. When you have your future on the line, you cannot afford to put your trust in an inexperienced attorney. Instead, you need to seek the guidance of attorneys who have extensive experience and resources to either reach a favorable settlement or win your case at trial. We have done both on behalf of our clients on numerous occasions. At Fulmer Sill, we are proud to deliver high-quality assistance to all of our clients. Should you choose to seek our legal representation, we are confident that our experience and knowledge will produce a favorable outcome for you. All initial consultations are free, and we don’t charge any up-front fees for representation. We handle all fees on a contingency basis, meaning that unless we’re successful, you don’t have to pay us. Please contact us at (405)510.0077 for a free consultation or request a case review here.