Philadelphia Amputation Attorney
More Than 20 Years of Legal Experience
Amputation — whether it’s accidental or surgical — is devastating. Amputees often experience a considerable amount of emotional trauma in addition to the expected physical shock of losing a limb. The cost of treatment, as well as the cost of obtaining prosthetics, can be enormous.
At The Villari Firm, PLLC, we represent victims of all types of catastrophic injuries, including amputations, fight for fair compensation when their injuries resulted from someone else’s negligence. We understand the challenges you are facing, which is why we strive to secure the maximum recovery you are entitled to receive, taking into account not only your immediate needs but the long-term, ongoing costs of your injuries as well. Our Philadelphia amputation lawyer has been representing severely injured individuals and their loved ones for over two decades and has recovered more than $125 million in the process. When you work with The Villari Firm, PLLC, you can trust that you are in capable and caring hands.
Discuss your legal options with us today by calling (215)-600-1363. Your initial consultation is free and there are no fees unless/until we recover compensation for you.
How Amputations Occur & Who Is Liable
Generally speaking, amputations occur in one of two ways: by accident as a result of a traumatic event or surgically out of necessity when a limb cannot be saved.
Amputations often recur as a result of:
- Motor vehicle accidents, including motorcycle and truck accidents
- Construction accidents
- Unsafe conditions on someone’s property
- Defective and/or dangerous products
Medical malpractice can also play a role in amputation injuries. In some, relatively rare instances, a surgeon may make a mistake, leading to accidental amputation. In other, somewhat more common cases, a medical professional may fail to properly treat an injury, illness, or condition. This may, ultimately, require surgical amputation if the affected limb cannot be saved.
In any case, the person or entity — whether it’s the operator of a semi-truck or a hospital that was negligent in its hiring of a surgeon — responsible for the accident or incident that led to your injuries can be held liable.
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Catastrophic injury cases, like those involving amputations, are often very complex. While it may seem clear that someone else is at fault for your injuries, recovering compensation may not be so easy without the help of a skilled and competent attorney.
Our Philadelphia amputation injury lawyer is prepared to put decades of trial experience and a proven track record of success on your side. At The Villari Firm, PLLC, we offer aggressive advocacy for our clients, but we also provide them with compassionate, personalized guidance. We understand the difficulties you are facing, and we are here to fight tirelessly for you and your recovery.