Boise Car Accident Amputation Lawyer
Losing a limb in an auto wreck is one of the most traumatic experiences anyone can live through. If this happened to you and you want to know what your options are for seeking compensation from those responsible, consult with a Boise car accident amputation lawyer.
A car accident of any kind can be devastating on its own, but when severe injuries occur, your life could be changed for the worse forever. While whiplash, lacerations, and head injuries are some of the most common accident-related injuries, amputation can sometimes occur, either during the accident or as a life-saving procedure afterward in a hospital.
The loss of a limb is incredibly traumatic and can cause permanent or long-term chronic pain, disability, and mobility issues—not to mention the extensive medical costs associated with receiving care. A Boise car accident amputation lawyer from Craig Swapp & Associates will work hard to help you seek compensation for what you’ve suffered through.
Limb Loss and Car Crashes
Any car accident naturally increases your risk for experiencing an amputation, but certain factors may raise the risk even higher. Sideswipes and T-bone accidents, in particular, increase the danger of upper limb loss, especially on the side of the body closest to the door. Medical amputations are frequently the result of crush injuries sustained in these auto wrecks.
If your vehicle flips or rolls, crumple damage may pin your legs or arms, cutting off circulation. If not restored quickly, it can become very difficult to save the limb. Other events that may necessitate amputation include the following:
- Vehicle fires
- Severe damage to the fingers, hands, or wrists
- Severe damage to the ankles, toes, or lower legs
Dangers Resulting in Limb Damage
Embolisms resulting from circulatory issues that develop due to crush injuries can also result in amputations. In the hospital, doctors judge the likelihood of saving a limb and compare it with any risk factors present, such as gangrene and infection. In some cases, removal of the limb can reduce the risk of infection while also resolving intense, permanent physical pain, but this isn’t as common.
Seeking Financial Compensation for Loss of Limb
If you experience an amputation after a car accident, the changes to your life will be profound. Seeking compensation through a personal injury lawsuit will allow you to recover your financial damages and receive restitution for your decreased quality of life.
Virtually any financial expense or noneconomic loss you experience because of the crash can be compensated:
- Current and future medical expenses
- Cost of prosthetics and mobility equipment
- Lost wages and income
- Training and education expenses if you cannot continue in your current career
- Pain and suffering
- Loss of consortium
- Therapy to overcome phantom limb pain
Talk to a Boise Car Accident Limb Loss Attorney
Losing a limb can be especially traumatic. This type of injury will change your life completely. It’s crucial that you have a qualified and experienced legal team in your corner to make sure that you get the compensation you deserve. Although it won’t change what has happened to you, it could help you move forward and put an unfortunate event behind you.
If you have experienced an amputation or lost a limb due to a car accident, you could be entitled to monetary compensation. Contact an attorney at Craig Swapp & Associates by filling out the form below or calling us toll free at 1-800-404-9000. Schedule your free, no-obligation consultation and get your questions answered.
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