South Carolina Amputation Lawyers
Any accident or injury that results in the amputation of any appendages - big or small - tends to be extremely traumatic. The initial and immediate pain and suffering from the accident is devastating enough, but it can also be difficult to cope without the use of a leg, arm, or even a finger for the remainder of your life.
If you or a loved one has suffered an injury that required amputation due to the negligence of others, or if an insurance company does not want to adequately compensate your expenses and losses, the legal services of our professional amputation attorneys can ensure those parties uphold their obligations to restore your financial circumstances and long-term health. Joe and Martin Injury Attorneys provides legal representation to amputation and dismemberment accident victims across South Carolina.
Amputation Settlements and Verdicts – Consider the Long Term
Any injury that requires amputation is very serious. After the victim has healed from the injury and operations, there is still lengthy rehabilitation and a lifetime of hardship and discomfort. Anyone who endures a permanent disability such as an amputation should consult with an amputation injury lawyer to fully understand their right to pursue legal action. We have experience representing amputation accident victims and understand the difficulties of dealing with liable parties and insurance companies.
We Can Handle Insurance Companies
Dealing with insurance companies can be tricky and frustrating. That's why when you select us to be your legal representation, we handle all negotiation with insurance companies, as well as fill out all insurance paperwork on your behalf. After such a traumatic experience, the last thing you need is to be doing is hassling with an insurance company that's trying to protect its bottom line. You should only be focused on your health and recovery while we work on securing a fair settlement for your damages and losses.
Amputation Injury Causes
According to the Encyclopedia of Surgery, more than 25,000 people in the US undergo an amputation every year due to a traumatic injury. Accidents are the primary cause of surgical amputations in people under the age of 50. The Amputee Coalition's website has plenty of statistics and helpful medical information. You can access it all by clicking here.
The most common causes of amputation injuries are:
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Plane Accidents
- Pedestrian Accidents
- Car Accidents
- Truck Accidents
- Bicycle Accidents
- Limousine Accidents
- Train Accidents
- Bus Accidents
Along with fighting hard to get you the maximum amount of financial compensation you deserve, we can also make sure you get the proper emergency medical treatment you need for your severe injury.
Schedule a Consultation with an Attorney
At Joe and Martin we not only pride ourselves on our impeccable track record as honest and hard working litigators, we measure our success by our clients' satisfaction. We don't just recover settlements. We want to make sure everything is done to help you get the care you need and get your life back on track. That's why we are there for you through the entire process, every step of the way. We are always standing by to answer any legal questions you may have regarding your case. If you or someone you know has been involved in an amputation injury, please fill out an online form or contact us right away at (843) 357-8888 for a FREE consultation.