Amputation is the removal of an injured or deceased part of the body. Some amputations are caused by medical conditions, while others are the result of trauma, such as a car accident or defective product. If suffered an amputation due to the negligence and recklessness of another party, you may be entitled to financial compensation to cover medical expenses, loss of income, as well as pain and suffering.
At May, Rammell & Wells, we represent individuals who have been wrongfully harmed in incidents which were not caused by their own fault. With more than seven decades of combined experience, our legal team possesses the extensive knowledge of Idaho personal injury law to guide you through the complexities of the legal system and your case.
Amputation may be either partial or complete. In a partial loss, some bone, muscle, or tissue keeps the amputated part attached to the victim’s body. In a complete loss, the body part is entirely severed from the body.
Losing a body part can result in life-long difficulties for both victims and their families. It can lead to years of physical and mental struggles which require comprehensive rehabilitation and daily life adjustments.
Even if the doctors were able to reattach your limb or provide a prosthetic, an injury like this could change your life forever. Everyday activities can become a challenge because you are hindered by your missing limb. We are prepared to investigate your accident, gather evidence, negotiate with insurance providers, and fight tirelessly for you.
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