Accidents on the job can be serious and may take a terrible toll on injured employees. Some of the worst accidents involve the amputation of limbs, which is a condition that can change your life in an instant and requires ongoing medical treatment. We know that the loss of a limb impacts the whole person and can result in significant medical bills and lost wages.
Experienced Loss of Limb Injury Attorneys
At Brown & Crouppen, our experienced workers’ compensation lawyers provide protection for the rights of injured workers like you throughout Missouri, Kansas, and Southern Illinois. Depending on the accident and the injured, the loss of a limb may be determined differently for benefits. Our firm will take the time to research and investigate the cause and medical implications of your amputation accident.
Our team has extensive experience with workers’ compensation cases stemming from amputations, degloving, or disfigurement after on-the-job accidents, including those caused by:
- conveyor belt accidents
- motor vehicle accidents
- falls from heights such as scaffolding and ladders
- falling debris
- defective machinery accidents
- power tools (such as saws, nail guns, etc.)
- other construction and industrial accidents
Get the Care and Help You Deserve
It is always important to consult with an attorney regarding on-the-job injuries, including amputations. Brown & Crouppen will investigate the facts and determine whether you or your loved one has a right to compensation. We will also investigate whether additional benefits such as Social Security disability, Medicare, or private disability insurance payments are available.
We will explain the laws to you, based on the state you live in, and let you know all of your options to recover the benefits that you deserve.
It All Starts With a Free Case Evaluation From the Personal Injury Attorneys at Brown & Crouppen
Getting started is easy. You can call us at 800-536-4357 for a free consultation, or tell us about your case with our Free Case Review form. And remember, there’s no upfront cost to you — if you don’t get paid, we don’t get paid.
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