Beaumont Loss of Limb Lawyer

Has negligent or reckless behavior resulted in amputation?

At Brasher Law Firm, PLLC, our Beaumont personal injury lawyers know that losing a limb is one of the most devastating and life-changing injuries a person could suffer. An amputation can impact your ability to do your job, perform routine tasks, take part in recreational activities, and live your everyday life. No matter what technology exists to help you function, after losing a limb, you will never truly be the same.
If you have lost a limb in an accident that was caused by the negligence of another, you have the right to hold them accountable. These personal injury cases can be extremely complex, so it is important that you have strong and aggressive representation from a lawyer who will fight to see that your short- and long-term needs are fully accommodated.
Our primary attorney, Clint Brasher, has the credentials that you need to feel confident that you can win the full recovery that you deserve. Not only does he have an AV Preeminent® rating from Martindale Hubbell®, but he is also board certified in personal injury trial law. This means that he is an expert in his field, among only 10% of practicing attorneys in Texas. Thus, you can be sure that your case will be handled with a rare and specialized expertise.

Consequences of Losing a Limb

The costs of treating an amputation are unique from most other injuries. Losing a limb means a permanent, drastic change to your lifestyle that requires expensive and time-consuming treatments for rehabilitation. It also requires specialized care, equipment, and possible construction in order to accommodate your altered ability to carry out everyday tasks.
Expenses for a loss of limb can include:
  • Costs of initial medical attention, including possible surgery
  • Physical rehabilitation to learn how to cope with the dramatic change to physical capabilities
  • Prosthetics, including purchase and maintenance
  • Wheelchairs or other forms of walking support
  • Alterations to your home or vehicle that are necessary for daily functions, such as ramps or other aids
  • Psychological trauma such as depression or altered self-perception
  • Pain and suffering
  • Loss of wages due to either a temporary or permanent inability to work
  • Vocational rehabilitation
  • Training for change of vocation that may be necessary due to amputation

Seek Compensation for Your Personal Injury

Whether you were injured on the job or were the victim of a serious motor vehicle accident, our attorneys have the knowledge and skill to effectively protect your interests. We will work to determine how your injuries occurred and who was responsible. We have successfully pursued claims against individuals who caused accidents, as well as equipment manufacturers and maintenance companies in cases where defective machinery injured our client.
We have represented clients in amputation injury claims resulting from accidents including:
If your accident was caused by the negligent or reckless behavior of another individual and resulted in an amputation, the responsible party should be held accountable for the extreme changes to your lifestyle that you have had no choice but to endure. Let our skillful and aggressive attorneys fight to recover the compensation you need to move forward.

Retain Expert Representation

When you hire a Beaumont injury attorney from Brasher Law Firm, PLLC, you are hiring a team of legal professionals who are dedicated to your success. We work on a contingency fee basis so that you only have to pay us if we win your case. This means that you can trust us to do everything in our power to achieve the best possible resolution for your personal injury lawsuit.
Contact us online or fill out a free case evaluation form for more information!

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