Amputation Attorneys In California
A catastrophic limb injury requiring amputation is a terrifying injury that can occur in traumatic accidents. High-speed car accidents, industrial accidents, construction accidents, fires, or faulty products could all lead to accidental dismemberment. Amputations as the result of trauma occur alarmingly often, with an estimated 83,000 American victims annually.
If you or your loved one has suffered the loss of a limb due to another entity’s negligence, you may be entitled to compensation. Speak with the serious injury attorneys at The Law Offices of Arash Khorsandi today if your injury was not your fault. Our caring lawyers can provide legal guidance with a free consultation. Send us an email using our case evaluation form or call us at 877-702-7274.
Amputations Change Lives
The loss of a limb is a traumatic injury physically, emotionally, and financially. Accident victims requiring amputation may need to endure intensive medical treatment and expensive bills. While adjusting to their new reality, amputees are also at risk for depression and post-traumatic stress disorder. Victims haven enough to worry about without the added stress of dealing with the insurance companies.
Our Firm Can Help
Every accident is unique, but all victims face many challenges. If your accident was caused by the negligence of someone else, you may be entitled to financial compensation from the negligent parties. Victims may not be aware of their potential legal options after an accident resulting in amputation. Our injury attorneys at The Law Offices of Arash Khorsandi will help you to understand all of the options available to you as an accident victim.
Our law firm prides itself on our level of client service. We are California’s premiere injury attorneys, offering 24/7 client support to our serious injury clients. We have the compassion and determination necessary to process your legal claim successfully. For a free consultation, email us using our case evaluation form or call us today at 877-702-7274.