Amputation Injuries Attorney In Toledo, Ohio
An amputation injury creates physical limitations unlike any other catastrophic injury. Day-to-day activities can become increasingly difficult, if not impossible, even when the best medical care is provided, including advanced-technology prosthetic limbs. If you have suffered an amputation injury, losing one of your legs or arms, you must take legal action to hold the accountable party responsible for what has happened.
Compensation you should seek during your amputation injury case includes:
- Emergency medical bills
- Rehabilitative therapy sessions
- Lost or reduced wages
- Cost of prosthetics and other living adjustments
At Williams DeClark Tuschman Co. L.P.A., in Toledo, our attorneys have more than 100 years of experience representing people in all manners of personal injury cases. Protecting people’s rights and helping them comfortably and fully recover after an accident is our mission. Maximum compensation for our clients is our goal.
Dial 419-719-5195 today to schedule a free case evaluation.
Nominal Damages In Catastrophic Cases
By definition, a catastrophic injury like an amputation will affect the victim for the rest of their life and in a significant way. The permanent disfigurement caused by amputation and having to live with a missing limb can understandably start to wear down a person’s self-image and confidence. In many amputation cases, phantom limb pain, or the sensation that the limb is once again reattached but experiencing extreme agony, can be a chronic problem. Even though a lowered self-image and phantom limb pain are not physical, measurable damages, they can be brought up in court through nominal damages. When you work with our compassionate staff of Toledo amputation injury attorneys, we will want to sit down with you to determine how your amputation injury has impacted your life in ways that might not be immediately obvious. By establishing fair and comprehensive nominal damages, we may be able to win you compensation greater than what an insurance company or the opposition would have ever offered.
Any Amount Of Negligence Is Dangerous
An amputation is such a severe catastrophic injury that most people cannot imagine when they would ever occur. They wrongly believe that some sort of criminal intent must be behind an incident that causes an amputation. Truthfully, any amount of negligence is inexcusably dangerous and can cause unpredictable and extensive damage.
Amputations may be caused by:
Your Rights Mean Everything
The rights of the injured should never be overlooked or brushed aside for any reason, and yet many feel like they have been ignored after an accident. Our Toledo amputation injury attorneys know that if we do not fight for our clients, no one else might.
We bring our tenacity to the table, and often to the courtroom, for every case, backed up by a century of knowledge, ability and know-how. The case results we achieve are not for us, they are for you, and we want you to remember that as we guide you through your legal case, we address any questions or concerns you may have along the way.