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Life After Amputation: Seeking Compensation

Man with amputated leg

By Grace Hancock

The US withdrawal from Afghanistan reminds us of the sacrifices made by service members in the line of duty. Throughout history, many brave Americans have suffered catastrophic injuries while fighting wars abroad. And, some of these soldiers get injuries so severe that they need an amputation.

Due to a large number of veteran amputees, there has been an increased need for better prosthetics and treatment. As a result, doctors have been able to improve on existing surgical techniques and pioneer new ones. Moreover, doctors have developed prosthetic designs that are more user-friendly.

Hancock Injury Attorneys is thankful to all service members who have made sacrifices. We are proud to assist anyone who has endured amputation surgery. We strive to provide excellent legal services to recover compensation and allow our clients to receive top-notch medical care. To learn how we can help you in your amputation injury lawsuit, continue reading.

How Hancock Injury Attorneys Can Help You

An amputation is the complete or partial removal of a limb or extremity. Any amputation is a physically and emotionally devastating loss to an individual.

Not only is it difficult to process the loss of your limb, but medical expenses for this process can become unmanageable. Additionally, an imputative procedure will likely affect your work-life and your paycheck. So, for these reasons, we are here to help!

If you have lost a limb in an accident, then you can gain from hiring a personal injury attorney. Our lawyers seek compensation for damages, such as:

An experienced attorney will be able to help you navigate the complexities of the law. We help take away the stress of filing a personal injury lawsuit.

Your Tampa Bay Catastrophic Injury Lawyers: Hancock Injury Attorneys

At Hancock Injury Attorneys, we have experience in handling traumatic and catastrophic injury cases. We work with amputees and people who have suffered traumatic brain injuries. Thankfully, we have won compensation for every one of them. Call attorney Mike Hancock for your free case evaluation at (813) 915-1110.