When Negligence Results in Amputation

If an accident caused by negligence results in amputation of a hand, leg, foot or arm, it is important to have the circumstances of the case analyzed and evaluated by a law firm that has established a record of success in catastrophic injury claims involving loss of limbs.

Experienced in Legal Claims for Amputation Injuries

The attorneys of Greene Broillet & Wheeler, LLP, have successfully represented clients in amputation injury cases for decades. We have the knowledge, experience, dedication and resources to handle the most complex and challenging cases.

Amputation can be the sad result of many types of negligence, including:

An amputation injury case must be thoroughly investigated to determine all possible sources of potential liability. Our law firm maintains an experienced in-house team of investigators who know how to analyze the circumstances of the accident to identify what happened and who is at fault.

Clear Demonstration of Negligence

Our success in catastrophic injury claims is in part due to the detailed and persuasive evidence we present. We maintain our own evidence warehouse where we engage in product testing, parts analysis, crash reconstructions, model building and other activities that allow us to clearly make our case to a jury.

Projecting the current and future costs associated with an amputation is critical to a positive result. We often use certified life care planners and economists to estimate the lifetime costs of the accident, from ongoing medical care to physical and vocational rehabilitation to the cost of prosthetic devices.

To discuss your case, please contact the lawyers of Greene Broillet & Wheeler, LLP. We represent clients in the Los Angeles area and throughout Southern California and the entire state. We also consult with attorneys and clients nationwide.