Do You Have an Amputation Injury Case?
Have you or a family member suffered a loss of limb due to an act of negligence?
To get compensation for the costs associated with the accident, you may be able to file a lawsuit against the negligent party.
How Do You Know Whether or Not You Have a Case?
Often, accident cases are not black and white. Both parties may have had some role in causing the accident. It is not unusual for the injured person to feel that they don't have a case because they were partially at fault. In reality, they may still have a case.
In other situations, the amputation may be the result of multiple factors. For example, an accident may have only caused a fairly minor cut, but because the injured person was diabetic, it may have resulted in an amputation. The injured person may still have a case.
S & S Legal Group Helps all Types of Amputation Accidents
With more than 30 years of combined experience on our side, our attorneys know how to help people who have suffered loss of limb.
We can help people who have lost a hand, a foot, an arm, a leg or any other body part.
Even if you are not certain whether or not you have a case, you should still get in touch with us for an honest assessment. Our lawyers are dedicated to handling only injury cases. This means that we can quickly spot the bad in every case, but we can also see the good, even when someone else may have missed it. In other words, even if your case has been turned down by another law firm, you should get in touch with us.
Aggressive Representation. Maximum Compensation.
Even though we will strive to end your case with a settlement, we will build your case with the strength to go to trial. The unfortunate reality is that opponents in these cases are often simply not willing to do what is right. We have to go to court to make them do what is right.
Our goal is to get you all of the money you need to cover present and future medical bills. We want to get you money for lost wages, as well as for loss of future earning capacity. We want to get you money for the pain and suffering you have gone through, too.
No Fee Unless We Recover Money for You
There are no costs or fees that you pay. We handle your amputation case on a contingency fee basis, which means we only get paid if we recover compensation for you. If there is no recovery, you owe us nothing!
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Contact us for a free no-obligation consultation with an experienced lawyer serving Los Angeles and all parts of the great state of California. If travelling is difficult for you, we can meet with you in your home, at the hospital, or any other convenient place.