An amputation is an extremely serious injury; it can change the way our clients live their lives. If you suffered an amputation, you may be unable to work in your previous job. You are anxious about the future. You don't know how you will pay your bills.
At Gabroy, Rollman, & Bossé, P.C., we have been handling serious personal injury claims,Â including amputations, for more than 20 years. During that time, our lawyers have become experienced with all types of catastrophic injuries, including amputations caused by workplace accidents and motor vehicle crashes. Our law firm offers a free initial consultation that allows us to analyze the circumstances of the accident, identify the responsible party and evaluate the impact of an amputation on our client's life.
Our personal injury team is led by attorney John Gabroy, who is listed in Best Lawyers in America in multiple categories and in Tucson Lifestyle Magazine as a Top Lawyer in personal injury litigation. He and our other lawyers educate clients about their options and their rights after serious accidents. We have extensive resources that allow us to investigate thoroughly, consult with nationally known specialists, and build the strongest case possible.
Common Causes of Amputations
Although any type of accident can result in the loss of an extremity, motor vehicle and workplace accidents are the leading causes of amputations. We have significant experience with industrial accidents, semi truck accidents and other incidents that can lead to this type of catastrophic injury.
Costs Associated With Amputations
Clients who experience the loss of a limb have very specific expenses. Our attorneys obtain compensation for medical costs, loss of income, pain and suffering, rehabilitation, prosthetic replacements and home modifications. They may require lifetime therapy, even if they adapt well to their new circumstances. The injured person may be unable to work in the same industry as before, or unable to work at all. He or she may be unable to contribute to the household by performing tasks such as cooking, child care or yard work.
Contact a Tucson amputation attorney today. Call 520-829-9645 or send us an e-mail. The sooner you get in touch with our attorneys, the sooner we can start working on your case.
We work on all amputation injury cases on a contingency basis, which means that you will not pay any attorneys fees unless you receive monetary recovery for your damages.