Amputation & Loss of Limb Cases
Counsel from a West Virginia Personal Injury Attorney
Losing a limb or being forced to amputate a limb is perhaps one of the
most shocking impacts of an injury that an individual can endure. Everything
about that person's life has now changed. They may face difficulty
working to the same capacity or may need special equipment just to complete
If you were injured and lost your limb or required an amputation as a result,
you know that this not just a huge medical expense, but a tragic wrong
that you have suffered. What's more, the costs of the emotional trauma
and anguish you are suffering are immeasurable. You need to pursue fair
compensation for your situation; get representation behind your case today.
Talk to one of our West Virginia personal injury attorneys at Hartley Law
Was your injury due to another's negligence?
The loss of a limb and amputation can be caused from any number of accidents.
It might have been from a work accident, such as those in construction
or in the agricultural industry, from a motor vehicle wreck, or even from
a medical wrongdoing. Whatever the circumstances may have been, you should
talk to one of our injury lawyers about your loss as soon as possible.
We can help you recover damages for any of the following:
- Medical bills and surgery expenses
- Therapy and rehabilitation services
- Loss of income and any future losses
- Pain and suffering
- Prosthetic or adaptive equipment
No one can undo the catastrophe that has happened to you. However, having
a trustworthy advocate from our firm by your side can help you get justice
against the negligently party that caused your loss.
Call today for legal representation!
You need an attorney to aggressively fight for you when you have been injured.
Our firm has had
over 38 years of experience fighting for successful verdicts and settlements for our clients'
claims. We have been able to recover millions through the years and can
pursue the same for you!
Put our skilled team to work for your case; contact us or fill out a free
case evaluation form.