Amputation Injury Lawyer in North Carolina

Legal Counsel from a North Carolina Personal Injury Attorney

Serious accidents involving heavy machinery or large objects could result in dismemberment, otherwise known as an amputation injury. Amputations can occur from car accidents, construction injuries, workplace negligence, and many other locations where heavy objects might be involved, but could also be the result of a medical condition such as diabetes or even result from medical malpractice.

Like other types of catastrophic injuries, an amputation can dramatically alter a victim’s quality of life going forward, and limit their ability to perform tasks that would have otherwise been simple. When you have suffered an amputation, it’s easy to become distraught over your new circumstances, but you don’t have to go through your case alone.

If you or a loved one have sustained an amputation injury, you will need assistance from a North Carolina personal injury lawyer in obtaining the compensation you deserve. It’s not uncommon for insurance companies and other financially responsible parties to attempt to downplay or discredit your injury in order to protect their own bottom line. At Twiggs, Strickland & Rabenau, we have seen these types of tactics before, and we know how to effectively and efficiently fight back against them. We take a personalized approach to each case and learn the extent of how your injuries have impacted your life, which enables us to fight to help you receive the compensation you need.

Put a powerful ally in your corner if you have sustained an amputation injury. Call Twiggs, Strickland & Rabenau today by dialing 919.701.8132 to receive a free consultation.

Common appendages that are lost in amputation injuries include:

  • Feet
  • Toes
  • Fingers
  • Hands
  • Arms
  • Legs

Compassionate Counsel; Effective Strategy

When it comes to obtaining compensation for your amputation injury, you may not necessarily realize just how many areas you suffer from financially as a result of your condition. While medical bills are the most obvious expense, including hospital stays, extensive treatment, rehabilitation, medications, and many other things, you will incur numerous additional expenses for the rest of your life as a result of your condition. Loss of limb could result in your loss of the ability to perform your job, include substantial pain and suffering, and much more.

Our attorneys use all of these facts in you case. Our compassionate approach seeks to understand your life and the impact your injury has brought to it in order to determine the total financial blow you may have sustained. We believe a personal relationship with our clients is an important part of an effective legal strategy and therefore crucial to a successful case.

Discuss your legal options with our team today! Contact Twiggs, Strickland & Rabenau now to learn more about how you should proceed if you have suffered an amputation injury.