Fighting for What's Right in Joplin, Springfield, and Rogers/Bentonville
One of the most serious injuries a person can suffer is an amputation. The loss of a hand, finger, arm, or leg can permanently reduce a person’s quality of life and make even the most routine tasks difficult endeavors, not to mention permanently rob a person of the ability to work and earn a living wage.
If you have suffered an amputation as the result of another party’s negligence, contact Johnson, Vorhees & Martucci. Having fought and recovered millions on behalf of injured clients throughout Joplin, Springfield, and Rogers/Bentonville, our personal injury lawyers can provide the experienced and results-driven advocacy you need to pursue full compensation for your losses.
Reasons to choose our team of world-class advocates include:
- AV® Preeminent™ Rating by Martindale-Hubbell®
- Proven history of case victories
- Super Lawyers® Rising Stars℠ inclusion
- No fee unless we are successful
Get in touch with our firm online today to get started.
What Compensation Can I Receive?
An amputation is a medical term that refers to the removal of a body part, either due to a catastrophic injury or surgical procedure. Amputations can result from a wide range of causes, including car accidents, construction accidents, severe thermal, chemical, or electric burns, animal attacks, medical malpractice, or dangerous products. If your limb loss was the result of another party’s careless actions, you may have grounds to seek compensation from those responsible for a wide range of damages. Our attorneys can review the circumstances surrounding your loss and help you pursue the most appropriate course of action.
Depending on the circumstances, you may be eligible to receive compensation for:
- Present and future medical expenses
- Pain and suffering
- Emotional distress
- Reduced quality of life
- Lost present and future wages
- Costs of rehabilitation
Let Us Aggressively Protect Your Rights
The last thing you should have to experience after suffering a devastating amputation is to be bombarded with legalese, deadlines, and other complications during your pursuit of compensation. Our team of Springfield and Joplin personal injury attorneys can fight to ensure that the responsible parties are held accountable for their wrongdoing and maximize your potential settlement. From negotiating with insurance companies to handling all paperwork on your behalf, we can minimize the stress you experience and allow you to focus on your recovery with peace of mind. Most importantly, we will never make more than you do, and we will not charge you a dime unless we are successful on your behalf.
Request a free case review today to find out if you have a claim.