ARKANSAS AMPUTATION ATTORNEYS
Serious Injury Lawyers In Arkansas
Every year approximately 185,000 people undergo the amputation of a limb. 45% of these amputations are due to trauma or accidents. Hospital costs associated with amputations are in excess of $8 billion dollars annually.
More personal are the psychological aspects a victim must deal with after an amputation. The employment problems and financial issues associated with this type of injury can also be very challenging. At Caddell Reynolds Law Firm, we offer free initial consultations, including home and hospital visits, if you cannot come to us.
CALL OUR FIRM AT 800-671-4100 OR CONTACT US ONLINE TO DISCUSS YOUR INJURY.
Was Your Amputation Injury Due To The Negligence Of Another?
Serious accidents can be common, especially in light of negligent companies, drivers, or other wrongdoers. When these actions lead to serious injury, including amputation, the negligent party should be held accountable for their actions.
Caddell Reynolds Law Firm provides legal help for amputations related to the following:
- Car, motorcycle, bicycle, or pedestrian accidents
- Tractor trailer accidents due to driver fatigue, unbalanced load, speeding, or poor maintenance
- Farm or factory equipment accidents
- Defective amusement park ride accidents
- Construction site accidents due to scaffolding, driver error, defective equipment, or poor training
- Medical malpractice, hospital mistakes, nursing errors, or emergency room mistakes
- Defective products or unsafe work environments causing an explosions
The High Cost Of Amputations
Following an amputation, many amputees wear artificial limbs or prostheses. The artificial limbs come at a hefty price, ranging from $8,000 to $70,000. Typically, the prosthesis must be replaced every few years, increasing the costs significantly. In addition to the financial strain, amputees often face severe emotional trauma and depression from coping with the catastrophic loss of a limb. Therefore, medical costs not only include prosthesis but needed psychological support as well.
Unfortunately, tragic accidents occur every day that can change your life forever. Dealing with the financial and emotional strain of an amputation can be incredibly overwhelming. If the accident was not your fault, you may be entitled to compensation to pay for your medical bills, lost wages, further medical care, household expenses, customized vehicle, modified home construction, and more.
Advocating For You & Your Family
At Caddell Reynolds Law Firm, we understand how devastating an amputation can be and are here to support you during this challenging time. We know that compensation will not make up for your loss, but we will fight to get you the monetary damages and the justice you deserve to help ensure you can still live a full life.
CONTACT US TODAY BY CALLING 800-671-4100. WE OFFER FREE INITIAL CONSULTATIONS TO HELP YOU EXPLORE YOUR LEGAL OPTIONS.