Pennsylvania Attorneys Handling Amputation and Dismemberment Cases

Experiencing a serious injury is a life-changing event. The changes in your life may be drastically increased if you have lost the use of an arm, leg, finger or toe. Whether the incident happened on the job or in another type of accident, an amputation is extremely severe and needs to be treated accordingly.

At the law office of Naftulin and Shick, we understand the range of emotions clients experience after an injury results in dismemberment or amputation. Our lawyers focus their attention on the clients and seeking an end to the case that is in our clients' best interests. Contact an attorney at our firm today if you or a loved one is dealing with an amputation that occurred as the result of someone else's negligence.

Many work environments are dangerous and machines can cause amputation in a matter of seconds. Our firm has handled cases of amputation and dismemberment that have occurred on the job. We also represent individuals that have experienced a dismemberment or amputation as the result of a car accident or other type of accident.

One amputation case that our firm handled is described on a Representative Cases Page. This was a situation in which a work injury which resulted in the amputation of the man's hand and drastically changed the life of one individual. We were able to recover the workers' compensation benefits due because of the injury and successfully sued a number of other negligent parties.

If you find yourself in a similar situation, with an amputation or dismemberment injury sustained on the job or the loss of a limb, finger, or toe due to someone else's negligence, contact a lawyer at Naftulin and Shick today. We offer a free consultation so you can personally discuss your situation with a knowledgeable and compassionate member of our legal team.

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