The Negligent Party Should Pay Your Costs
If you or a family member has suffered an auto accident injury that required an amputation, it is important that you speak with a lawyer as soon as possible. This type of catastrophic injury will require long-term medical care that is too costly unless you receive compensation from the negligent party.
Insurance Companies Aren’t Eager To Pay
The negligent party’s insurance carrier will not provide the amount of compensation you need without a fight, however. You can rely on the aggressive representation provided by Shelly Law Offices, LLC. We are prepared to battle with the insurance company’s attorneys, taking the case to trial when necessary. Attorney Carol A. Shelly has more than 30 years of experience as well as a reputation as a tenacious litigator.
We Fight For Pennsylvania Accident Victims
Vehicle accidents can result in amputations for many reasons, including:
- Broken bones that do not heal
- Limbs that are pinned or crushed in the accident
- Leg amputations from motorcycle accidents
- Burn injuries that require amputation surgery
- Traumatic amputation when a body part is severed in the accident
Regardless of the reason for the amputation, the injury victim will need considerable medical treatment that may include surgery, pain management, rehabilitative therapy and psychological counseling. Prostheses and additional medical equipment are also common in these cases. Depending on the specifics of the injury, modifications to the person’s home and vehicle may be necessary.
It may not be possible for the injury victim to return to work or care for himself or herself, at least for a while after the accident. We will seek damages for these losses as well.