Lake Charles Amputation And Loss Of Use Lawyer
Catastrophic Accidents Resulting In Loss Of Limb
No amount of money makes up for losing function in one’s limbs or actually losing a part of one’s body. Such injuries can have a profound impact on everyday life, employment, relationships and self-esteem.
At The Townsley Law Firm in Lake Charles, we do not allow amputation and loss of use injuries to be reduced to a formula. We aggressively pursue comprehensive compensation for the lifelong impact on finances and quality of life. Our attorneys have recovered compensation for clients in southwest Louisiana and statewide.
Lake Charles And Sweetlake Law Firm For Amputation And Loss Of Limbs
We have obtained many verdicts and settlements for catastrophic injuries in 20 years of personal injury litigation. We have the skill and resources to fight employers, manufacturers and insurance companies for full damages for limbs amputated in industrial accidents, construction accidents, motor vehicle accidents, and maritime and drilling rig accidents.
Amputation refers to a limb that is severed in the accident or surgically removed. Loss of use refers to nerve damage resulting in inability to move or control the appendage, or loss of sensation. An amputation or loss of use injury can be life changing, especially loss of a leg, foot, arm, hand or outer ear. We work with many professionals to ensure that damages cover all the harm and future needs:
- Prosthetic limbs and future replacements
- Medical equipment or home modifications
- Physical therapy to regain function or adapt to the loss
- Psychological counseling
- Disfigurement of gait or appearance
- Pain and suffering
- Loss of enjoyment of life
- Vocational rehabilitation
- Lost wages and lost earning capacity
Committed To Holding The Negligent Parties Accountable
Our trial lawyers work to maximize compensation for these profound injuries. We invest in expert testimony to prove liability and we work with many professionals to calculate appropriate monetary damages. Our mission is to improve the quality of life and eliminate financial security worries for amputation victims.
Call 337-377-0584 or 800-216-6808 or contact us online to discuss your case with our Lake Charles and Sweetlake amputation and loss of use attorneys. We offer a free consultation, including home or hospital visits.