Amputation / Loss of Limb Lawsuits
Billions Recovered for the Seriously Injured
Amputation injuries are catastrophic injuries that result in the loss of limbs or body parts. Whether they are a medical necessity due to trauma, disease, or infection or occur in traumatic accidents themselves, amputation injuries have devastating consequences that alter the lives of victims and families forever.
If you or someone you love have suffered an amputation injury due to someone else’s negligence, you may have the right to a financial recovery of your damages. Athea Trial Lawyers has the experience and resources to help.
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Athea Trial Lawyers has earned the trust of clients and counsel across the country. We’re known for handling the toughest civil claims and for securing noteworthy results for victims with serious injuries. The reasons are clear:
- We’ve won billions in compensation for clients and record recoveries across the country.
- Our trial attorneys are among the nation’s most accomplished, and include three members of the Inner Circle of Advocates, a prestigious association of the top 100 plaintiffs’ attorneys.
- We leverage experience, specialized insight, and out-of-the-box storytelling to create compelling narratives that position cases for success.
Our team is available to discuss your amputation injury claim during a FREE consultation. Call (800) 664-0161 or contact us online to speak with an attorney.
Liability in Amputation Lawsuits
Amputation injuries include any loss of a body part due to either a traumatic injury (such as crush or de-gloving injuries) or a medically necessary intervention to treat serious infections, disease, or trauma. Common underlying causes of amputation injuries include:
- Industrial and workplace accidents
- Construction accidents
- Motor vehicle collisions
- Defective products
- Fires, explosions, and severe burns
- Medical malpractice
Victims injured by the negligence of others have the right to bring claims for compensation. However, Plaintiffs must prove that the Defendant breached the duty of care and that this breach of duty more likely than not caused their injuries.
Proving these two essential elements looks different in every case, which is why you should always have yours reviewed personally by an experienced lawyer. Some examples of parties that may be held liable in amputation injury claims:
- A premises owner that failed to fix, replace, or warn about an unsafe property condition.
- Manufacturers, distributors, or retailers responsible for defective products, vehicles, or machinery responsible for injuries.
- Negligent third parties on work or construction sites, such as a negligent contractor.
Damages in Amputation Cases
When victims sustain catastrophic injuries resulting in amputation, the need for substantial compensation increases tremendously. Living with an amputation requires present and future medical procedures and therapies, special home and vehicle accommodations and modifications, as well as the furnishing and maintenance of a prosthetic limb.
Recoverable damages in amputation claims may include:
- Past and future medical expenses
- Medical devices, prosthetics, and therapies
- Past and future lost wages
- Pain and suffering
- Loss of quality or enjoyment of life
Examples of Our Amputation Verdicts & Settlements
- $34.5 million verdict over truck v. bicycle accident resulting in amputation
- $14.9 million settlement in vehicle v. motorcycle collision resulting in amputation and TBI
- $10 million settlement in vehicle v. motorcycle crash resulting in amputation.
- $9.9 million verdict in motorcycle v. car crash resulting in amputation
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Billions Recovered For Our Clients*A Proven Record Of Success
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Asbestos Mesothelioma $55.5M
Truck Collision Injuries $36.4M
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