Austin Amputation Injury Attorney
Recovering Compensation After Amputation Injury in Austin, TX
If you have suffered an amputation injury in an accident, you are likely dealing with a lot of pain and uncertainty. You may be wondering what will happen to your life now that you have lost a limb. You may be worried about how you will get by financially. You may be concerned about what the future will bring.
At Howry, Breen & Herman, LLP, our personal injury attorneys want to help you get the compensation you need to move forward. You deserve to be fairly compensated for your pain and suffering, as well as your future medical expenses and other losses. We can help you fight for the full and fair compensation you deserve.
To learn more about how we can help you, call (512) 430-4844 or submit an online contact form today.
What is Involved in an Amputation Injury Case?
An amputation injury occurs when a person loses a part of their body due to an accident or other incident. Amputation injuries can occur anywhere and at any time, and they can cause a wide range of injuries, from mild to severe. In most cases, amputation injuries are severe enough to require amputation of the affected body part.
Common amputation injuries include:
- Lower limb amputations, such as an amputation of the foot or leg
- Upper limb amputations, such as an amputation of the arm or hand
- Trunk amputations, such as an amputation of the hand, arm, leg, or foot
- Multiple amputations, such as an amputation of multiple parts of the body
Amputation injuries can cause a wide range of complications and difficulties. Many people who have lost a limb will require extensive medical treatment and care for the rest of their lives. Amputation injuries can also cause emotional trauma and stress, as well as a loss of independence. An amputation injury can change the life of a victim forever.
What are the Causes of Amputation Injuries?
Amputation injuries can occur in a wide range of accidents. They can occur in the workplace, on the road, at home, and in a variety of other locations.
Amputation injuries can be caused by many different types of negligence, including:
- Auto accidents
- Truck accidents
- Bicycle accidents
- Defective products
- Premises liability
- Medical malpractice
- Nursing home abuse
- Dangerous products
- Exploding products
- Electrocution accidents
- Violent attacks
- Workplace accidents
At Howry, Breen & Herman, LLP, our personal injury attorneys are experienced with all types of amputation injury cases. Our firm is ready to help you seek the compensation you deserve for your injuries and any other losses you have suffered.
What are the Costs of an Amputation Injury?
Many people who suffer an amputation injury will require extensive medical treatment and care for the rest of their lives. The costs of an amputation injury can be extremely high, and they can add up quickly. Many people who have suffered an amputation injury will require ongoing medical care, as well as ongoing physical therapy, medications, and other treatments. The costs of these treatments can add up quickly, and they can be staggering.
In addition to the costs of ongoing medical care, many people who have suffered an amputation injury will also have to adjust to a new way of life. An amputation injury can change the life of a victim forever. Many people who have lost a limb will have to get used to a new way of life, including a new way of getting around and a new way of performing daily tasks. This can cause emotional trauma, stress, and other complications. In some cases, an amputation injury can even cause death.
How Can Our Firm Help You?
At Howry, Breen & Herman, LLP, our personal injury attorneys want to help you recover the compensation you need to move forward. We know that an amputation injury can change the life of a victim forever.
Our firm is ready to fight for the full and fair compensation you deserve for your pain and suffering, as well as your future medical expenses, lost wages, and other losses. We know how to handle these cases, and we know how to fight for you.
If an accident results in the loss of a limb or body part, the first step is to call (512) 430-4844 or contact us online for a free consultation.