An Amputation Is a Permanent Workers' Compensation Injury
Most of us go to work every day taking our bodies for granted. Without thinking twice, we use our hands and fingers, arms and legs for thousands of small and large tasks. When we lose a hand, arm or foot because of an accident, we suffer an immediate disability that can have an enormous impact on our jobs and earnings.
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As a North Carolina workers' compensation and personal injury litigation attorney for more than two decades, I have seen the tragedy of an amputation injury too many times. Your entire family will suffer the emotional, medical and financial consequences of a severed limb. You are entitled to full and fair compensation from workers' compensation insurance, as well as any third party who may be held liable.
As your workers' compensation attorney, I will work with your doctor to ensure you receive all the medical care necessary to return you to as much function as possible, including any prosthesis for the amputated limb. An amputation doesn't necessarily mean you won't be able to return to work. Your doctor is the determining factor in when you can return, based on the totality of circumstances.
Contact my offices to arrange a free consultation about your amputation injury. I have represented injured workers who have lost a limb or suffered dismemberment of a finger or hand caused by injuries such as:
- Industrial, manufacturing and agricultural accidents
- Construction injuries
- Car accidents, motorcycle crashes
- Premises liability accidents
20 Years of Experience Helping Injured Workers Recover The Compensation to Which They are Entitled
From my offices in Charlotte, my firm represents clients throughout the Charlotte metro region and communities throughout the State of North Carolina. Contact me by phone, fax or e-mail today.