Amputation Injury Attorneys in Louisville
A traumatic accident or misdiagnosis of an illness can result in the of one or more limbs. For the victim of an amputation injury, life will be forever changed. Rehabilitation and therapy, not to mention prosthetics or assistive devices, do not come cheap. Dealing with the physical, financial, and emotional repercussions of an amputation injury can take a significant toll on a victim and his or her family.
When an amputation injury was caused by someone else's negligence or recklessness, it's unjust for the injured party and their family to bear to weight of that burden alone. That is why our Louisville amputation injury lawyers are dedicated to helping victims of loss-of-limb accidents recover fair compensation.
To find out how we can help you, call (502) 242-8872. Your consultation is free!
A 30-Year History of Representing Kentucky’s Injured
Dolt, Thompson, Shepherd & Conway, PSC delivers experienced legal representation to individuals and families across Kentucky who have had their lives turned upside down by accidents resulting in amputation or loss of limb. Our legacy spans over 30 years and includes some of the highest verdicts and recoveries in the state. With our resources, reputation, and skill, our Louisville amputation injury attorneys are in the ideal position to seek justice for the injured and wronged.
Financial Costs of Amputation
The medical costs associated with amputation can be astronomical. In addition to hospitalization and intense rehabilitation, prosthetics may be required. These can cost thousands or tens of thousands of dollars and must be replaced every few years. Modifications to the victim’s home may also be needed, and there is the question of the victim’s ability to return to work in the same field, if at all.
Our Louisville amputation injury lawyers consider every impact that amputation may have on a victim’s life, and we pursue just compensation based of that assessment. Nothing is overlooked in our pursuit of maximum monetary damages, resulting from both economic and non-economic losses.
A settlement or award for amputation may include compensation for:
- Hospitalization and emergency medical care
- Ongoing medical treatment
- Medication and medical supplies
- Physical therapy
- Home modifications
- Assistive devices
- Lost earnings
- Loss of future/potential earnings
- Emotional trauma
Find out what your case may be worth and how Dolt, Thompson, Shepherd & Conway, PSC can hold the at-fault party accountable. Call (502) 242-8872 for your complimentary case evaluation.
We Have Some of the Largest Verdicts & Settlements in KY
Our Senior Partner is an Inner Circle of Advocates Member
We Have Over 5 Decades of Experience
In-House Medical Staff to Assist in Case Preparation & Investigations
You Won’t Pay Any Upfront Costs
Respected Among Other Firms For Our Reputation in Handling Complex Cases