Atlanta Amputation Claim Lawyers
Legal Help for Victims of Limb Loss
Loss of limb is a traumatic experience that can permanently alter a victim's life. Functions that were taken for granted in the past may become difficult, if not impossible, to perform after an amputation.
If you have undergone amputation or lost a limb in an accident due to another party's act of negligence, it is imperative that you speak with a knowledgeable catastrophic injury attorneys in Atlanta as soon as you are able. You owe it to yourself and your family to pursue fair compensation for your medical expenses, lost wages, lost future earnings, pain and suffering, loss of enjoyment of life, and all other damages.
Our Atlanta personal injury lawyers at Grant Law Office have decades of experience representing those who have suffered a personal injury. We have a history of successfully recovering significant settlements and jury awards for our clients. You can have confidence that our talented trial lawyers will fight aggressively for the maximum compensation possible.
Who Can Be Held Liable for Limb Loss and Amputations in Atlanta?
If someone else's negligence led to limb loss or amputation, you have a right to pursue compensation from the negligent party. For example, if a person who was operating a vehicle while under influence of alcohol or drugs, and caused an accident that cost you a limb, you may hold the drunk driver accountable in a personal injury claim.
If your amputation was the result of an act of medical malpractice, the doctor, hospital, and other healthcare providers may be named as liable parties. If a vicious dog caused sufficient damage to a limb to require amputation, the dog owner may be held liable if the animal had not been restrained or handled with the appropriate degree of caution, when the pet owner was aware that the dog was vicious, based on its behavior in the past.
Our Atlanta Amputation Lawyers Understand Your Life Altering Event
After losing a limb in an accident or injury caused by someone else's negligence, you will need to recover full and fair compensation to cover your past and future medical expenses and losses. The attorney you choose to represent you could make all the difference in the final value of the settlement or verdict.
At Grant Law Office, our practice is dedicated to providing high quality, aggressive representation to personal injury victims. We also believe in staying in close communication with our clients, and at all times, treating them with dignity and respect.
Attorney Wayne Grant has been named among Georgia Super Lawyers® for 12 consecutive years. He is Board Certified by the American Board of Professional Liability Attorneys (ABPLA) as a medical malpractice attorney, and holds a Martindale-Hubbell® AV Preeminent® professional rating. Contact our firm for skilled, passionate, and dedicated representation any amputation personal injury case. You can count on us to help you pursue the maximum possible, based upon the facts in your case. Contact Grant Law Office today at (866) 249-5513.