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Seeking Legal Guidance After The Loss Of A Limb

Depending on the severity of an accident, an individual might suffer catastrophic injuries, including brain damage or paralysis. In some situations, the accident might result in the loss of a limb.

If you or a loved one has lost a limb in a serious accident, contact Randolph & Sampson, APC, for help. We have built a strong representation for efficient, aggressive personal injury representation in San Bernardino County and areas throughout Southern California. Schedule a free consultation with a lawyer at any of our convenient office locations to discuss your case and learn more about your options for monetary compensation.

A Life-Changing Event

From the loss of fingers or toes to the loss of an entire arm or leg, losing a limb can have an immediate psychological and financial impact. In addition to the significant pain and suffering caused by this event, a victim will likely struggle to avoid financial peril caused by hospital bills, surgical bills and the cost of physical therapy. If the accident — likely either a vehicle collision or construction accident — was caused by the negligence of another person, a personal injury claim might help ease the financial burden on the entire family.

Costs associated with an amputation can be substantial, often causing the victim and the victim’s family to struggle financially. These costs can include:

  • Prosthetics
  • Wheelchair
  • Home modifications
  • Physical therapy
  • Occupational therapy
  • Psychological therapy

Additionally, the victim might be struggling with lost wages and the costs associated with the accident itself, including ambulance fees and the cost of surgery.

Schedule A Free Consultation Today

If you are struggling with amputation and the loss of limbs, we encourage you to schedule a free consultation at any of our convenient office locations. Call or email our attorneys in Los Angeles, Riverside (including Coachella Valley) or San Bernardino counties. Email us or call toll free at 800-726-3657.