Amputations occur when an extremity is seriously damaged and causing harm to the rest of the body. This could be due to an infection or disease that may spread throughout the body if not amputated. You may be faced with an amputation after a number of serious accidents, usually after your extremity is crushed beyond repair. Our dedicated Wisconsin Amputation Lawyers can represent you today.
Bye, Goff & Rohde is a Wisconsin personal injury law firm representing clients faced with serious injury after an accident. There are other options besides claiming social security insurance; however, many people suffering from a serious injury are so overwhelmed and drained emotionally that it can be hard to look past the accident. At Bye, Goff & Rohde, we can help you overcome these battles and prepare for a better future for you and your family.
Amputation can occur after:
Amputation most commonly occurs to your arms or your legs. If you have lost a leg, then you may need a prosthetic leg, a wheelchair or a cane. You may need to take some time off of work, or you may not be able to go back to your old position in some instances. You will most likely need extensive rehabilitation which can be time-consuming and emotionally draining. However, don’t give up.
You may be eligible for compensation to pay for damages such as:
An amputation can be a traumatic experience to go through, regardless of the circumstances. It is important for you to know that you do have the legal support you need if you do decide to file a lawsuit. Bye, Goff & Rohde is a firm of Wisconsin personal injury attorneys committed to helping those facing serious injury after a neglectful accident.
We offer a free consultation where we will go over your options and tell you honestly what you can expect from your case in terms of compensation. It is up to you to decide what to do next; however, we strive to ensure that you do know your options and that you know we are here, should you decide to seek legal action. We offer our complete support and assistance during this difficult time.
Contact a Wisconsin personal injury attorney for a free consultation today.