Amputation refers to the removal of all or part of a limb. When an arm or leg is severed outside of surgical settings, as in a serious accident, it is considered a traumatic amputation. Sometimes a limb will need to be removed by a surgeon due to severe damage or other complications. This is referred to as surgical amputation.
Automotive accidents can result in both traumatic and surgical amputations. Amputations are extremely debilitating, as they almost always seriously affect a victim’s day-to-day life. Amputation may result in an inability to walk, drive, or work.
Amputees may experience...
- Phantom Pain
For some amputees, prosthetics, medication, and physical and emotional therapy can help. However, these treatments are sometimes extremely expensive.
Without the right lawyer, victims of amputations may lose out on fair compensation. The amputation lawyers at The Law Offices of Daniel Kim fight to make sure our clients get the treatment they need and the compensation they deserve.Schedule Free Consultation
How The Law Offices of Daniel Kim Helps Victims of Amputations
Amputees will never fully recover from their injuries, but with the right treatment from the right professionals, they can start on a path toward regaining their abilities and their lives.
At The Law Offices of Daniel Kim, we’re dedicated to helping our clients get the kinds of care that will help them heal, both physically and emotionally.
Both traumatic and surgical amputations are complicated injuries that require careful attention. We leverage a trusted network of medical professionals to examine our clients and provide personalized treatment recommendations.
Our amputation lawyers work to win clients fair compensation for their injuries. We believe that “fair compensation” covers past and future medical expenses, loss of income, emotional damage, pain and suffering, and more.
Daniel Kim connects clients with the best medical providers in the area, including physicians, chiropractors, physical therapists, radiologists, orthopedic surgeons, pain management specialists, neurologists, and others.