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Losing a limb is among the most traumatic injuries that anyone can endure. Even with the best physical and emotional therapy, undergoing an amputation will have life-altering effects. Losing a limb impacts you and your family, and after an amputation you can expect your life to change in ways that you could not have previously imagined.
If you have lost a limb as a result of an accident, it is critical that you speak with an attorney. Your losses will be substantial, and if you are entitled to compensation you need to take legal action. At Levine Law, our injury lawyers in Denver can help maximize your financial recovery. We will seek to quickly negotiate a favorable settlement, and if a fair offer is not on the table we will fight vigorously to secure justice for you at trial.
About Levine Law, Your Denver Accident Law Firm
Levine Law is a personal injury law firm with four offices in the Denver area that is committed to representing serious accident victims and their families. Unlike other firms that work on volume, we focus on taking the tough cases where clients need us the most. We understand what is at stake for individuals who have lost limbs and suffered other catastrophic injuries, and we do everything in our power to ensure that our clients receive the full compensation they deserve.
Seeking Compensation for Amputation Injuries
While losing a limb is unimaginable to most people, the reality is that we face many everyday risks that can lead to injuries requiring amputation. According to the nonprofit Amputee Coalition, of the roughly 185,000 amputations in the United States annually, nearly half are the result of traumatic injuries. This includes injuries resulting from:
- Auto Accidents
- Construction Accidents
- Crushing Injuries
- Medical Malpractice
- Other Workplace Accidents
When seeking financial compensation for an amputation, one of the most important steps is calculating your current and future losses. Under Colorado law, accident victims are entitled to compensation for all of their accident-related losses; but, if you settle too soon, you will waive your right to claim any additional compensation. In other words, you only get one chance to assert your rights. As a result, it is critically important to work with an experienced legal team that is capable of not only (i) helping you understand the full extent of your harm, but also (ii) doing what it takes to make sure you receive just compensation.
In negligence cases involving amputation injuries, accident victims will commonly be entitled to financial compensation for:
- Outstanding and future medical bills
- Lost wages
- Diminished earning capacity
- Pain and suffering
- Scarring and disfigurement
- Emotional distress
- Loss of enjoyment of life
- Other physical, financial and emotional losses
What's Your Case Worth? Contact Our Denver Injury Attorneys to Find Out for Free Today
To find out what your case is worth, contact Levine Law and schedule a consultation with one of our experienced Denver injury attorneys. The consultation is completely free, and we do not charge any legal fees unless we win your case. Don't let the insurance companies stand in the way of your financial recovery. Call (303) 333-8000 or take action online today.