Amputation Injuries

Connecticut Amputation Injuries Attorney

Amputation injuries can have devastating consequences for the victims of accidents that result in the loss of a limb. These types of injuries, far more than most others, typically have permanent effects that can seriously damage the quality of an individual’s life. In addition to the costly medical care that is necessary to treat amputation injuries, injury victims may also see their livelihoods affected or may even be rendered fully unable to work and support themselves.

While many amputation injuries are not the result of others’ actions, some are, unfortunately. In these situations, when a person in Connecticut must endure an amputation, our lawyers at the Law Offices of Paul Levin know that he or she may not only have to deal with the physical and financial repercussions of such a loss, but will also likely feel a great sense of injustice. Fortunately, in these situations, there are ways to take legal action, helping a person obtain the justice and compensation they need.

Causes of Amputation Injuries

There are a wide range of possible circumstances in which an amputation injury may occur, with the type and severity of the injury depending on these circumstances. Some of the most common causes of amputation injuries include the following circumstances:

  • Construction accidents
  • Medical malpractice
  • Motor vehicle collisions
  • Defective product accidents

Additionally, depending on the cause of the amputation, victims may have to deal with a variety of other legal claims, such as workers’ compensation or medical malpractice claims. Fortunately, the legal team at the Law Offices of Paul Levin can help with all these varying legal needs.

Contact a Connecticut Amputation Injuries Lawyer

At the Law Offices of Paul Levin, our lawyers have extensive experience helping Connecticut amputation victims to get the justice they deserve. Contact our offices today at 860.560.7226 to better understand your situation and how we may be able to fight to protect your rights and interests.