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Los Angeles Amputation Lawyer

After losing a limb, it’s easy to feel hopeless. But a Los Angeles amputation attorney can help you find hope for a stable financial future.

A serious accident can be scary enough on its own, but if your injuries are serious enough to lead to an amputation, the results can be devastating.

The loss of a limb is not an especially common injury, but it is a very real result of many accidents.If you have been injured in an accident and lost all or part of a limb, you have likely suffered a number of other damages, which can feel overwhelming.
You’re not alone. If you needed an amputation after a serious injury, and it was someone else’s fault, you could be entitled to compensation for your traumatic experience. A Los Angeles amputation lawyer from Haffner Law can give you the guidance and knowledge to help you through this difficult time and win you the compensation you need.

Injuries Leading to Amputation

Amputations not stemming from an illness are most often from accidents involving machinery. Power tools and industrial machines, after all, can be extremely dangerous when not handled properly.
Below are a few types of incidents that can lead to limb loss in Los Angeles and warrant personal injury compensation:

  • Car Accidents Because they may occur at high speed and be violent, auto wrecks can crush or cut limbs badly enough to require amputation.
  • Premises Liability AccidentsIf someone was negligent and allowed you to be injured on his or her property, you could be compensated for your traumatic loss.
  • Workplace Injuries Working with machinery is dangerous, and the chances that you will be injured in a factory, on a farm, or at a similar location are high. While protections are often put in place to prevent these accidents, workplace negligence is a common cause of lost limbs.

The Particulars of Your Los Angeles Lost Limb Case

In any personal injury case, you need to consider the state laws that may affect your case. Knowing how long you have and what information you need will be important. While it may seem complicated, being prepared to provide everything can make all the difference in your Los Angeles amputation claim.

In California, you have two years to file your personal injury claim. While your injuries may be serious, it’s vital that you begin preparing your case as soon as possible. It’s important to also keep in mind who is at fault and to what degree. Luckily, an amputation lawyer in Los Angeles can get started on your case while you recover.

California is a state that observes comparative negligence. For you, that means that, while you may not have caused the accident, you could still be found partly at fault. If your negligence helped cause your accident, you may lose part of your settlement. If you believe the defendant may attempt to put the blame on you, having someone on your side can help.

Meet with a Los Angeles Amputation Attorney

If you need someone to represent you as you seek the fair compensation you deserve, don’t hesitate to contact Haffner Law. We understand the trauma a lost limb can cause, and our attorneys can help.

If you’re interested in a free consultation with a Los Angeles amputation lawyer, give us a call at 1-844-HAFFNER (423-3637) or fill out our online contact form at the bottom of this page.

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