TYPES OF SERIOUS & CATASTROPHIC INJURIES

Joliet Amputation Injury Lawyer

Amputation injuries are extremely traumatic and life-changing events that have a dramatic impact on victims. Victims lose many of the basic capabilities that they had taken for granted and their lives are fundamentally changed forever. They must completely relearn how to live their lives and frequently never regain 100 percent of their previous capabilities.

Beyond the physical loss that amputation victims suffer, there is often an emotional component that goes with these types of injuries. Every time an amputee sees the empty space or the prosthetic device where there used to be a working body part, he or she must relive the accident that resulted in the loss.

In cases where the amputation came about as the result of an accident that was caused by another person, victims are entitled to seek full and fair compensation from the responsible parties, including damages for disfigurement, lost wages and earning capacity, emotional distress, medical care and equipment, and other damages appropriate to your case.

Experienced Representation for Amputation Victims

These types of claims require the attention of an experienced Joliet amputation injury attorney who understands the medical care and financial support that is necessary. At the Law Office of Steven Haney, we have represented numerous clients in these types of cases. No matter how your injury occurred, it is our commitment to seek the maximum level of compensation available for your claim.

We have experience handling amputation claims resulting from a wide variety of accidents, including the following:

Car accidents
Drunk driving accidents
Motorcycle accidents
Bicycle accidents
Pedestrian accidents
Construction site accidents
Workplace accidents

Contact Our Office to Speak With an Illinois Loss of Limb Attorney

If you were the victim of a crosswalk injury, Will County lawyer Steven Haney will fight to recover the compensation you deserve. Contact our office today to schedule a free initial consultation. You can reach us by phone at 815-723-5600 or via e-mail. For your convenience, weekend appointments are available.