Few crash injuries will change your life for the worse as negatively as losing a limb. Get every penny you’re owed in compensation from the at-fault party by working with a Miami car accident amputation lawyer.
Losing a limb in a car crash will have a tremendously negative impact on the rest of your life. This is not a simple injury that can be recovered from over time. Instead, lifestyle changes will need to be made, and this is incredibly costly—both financially and emotionally.
In this situation, you need a Miami car accident amputation lawyer from Lavent Law to represent you and ensure you receive the compensation you deserve.
How Has a Loss of Limb Impacted You?
Think about all the ways that your limb loss has impacted your life. Has it made you depressed? Has it made it impossible to go to work? Do people in your social circle interact with you differently? These are some of the things that are painful to consider but necessary for determining the value of your claim.
With such a serious injury, you will be entitled to non-economic damages for pain and suffering. With the help of an attorney, you can recover compensation for both your financial expenses and how your quality of life has been damaged by the amputation.
Who Caused Your Limb Loss?
Before a personal injury lawsuit can be filed, and investigation must take place to determine who is responsible for your accident. Naming the right party in your claim is critical for ensuring that you receive the compensation you deserve.
While this might seem simple, if more than one vehicle was involved in the accident or if you were hit by a commercial vehicle, there could be more than one party to blame. Having an attorney gather evidence to sort it out is important.
If you sue the wrong party, you could miss out on compensation completely.
Be Careful with the Insurance Company
Insurance companies typically make a lowball offer to start with, and they will do whatever they can to shift the blame in your direction. Be aware of this and be careful to not say anything without going through your attorney. If they can convince a jury that you were partially at fault for your limb loss, you will get less money.
Protect yourself by having all questions go through your attorney.
How to Get More for Your Injuries
Maximizing your compensation starts with hiring a Miami car accident amputation lawyer to represent you. Be sure to discuss all the ways your life or finances have been impacted. The mistake most people make is seeking money for medical bills only, and if you do so, you’ll be stuck paying a lot of money out of pocket in addition to losing money on lost wages.
An attorney can help you get money for all of your damages, including the following:
- Cost of hiring a caregiver to assist you
- Prosthetic devices
- Physical therapy and rehabilitation
- Wage losses that are projected through retirement age
- Transportation expenses
- Cost to retrofit your home or vehicle
Work with a Miami Car Accident Limb Loss Lawyer
Dealing with an amputation can be all-consuming, but don’t let this stop you from filing a lawsuit. There is a four-year statute of limitations in Florida, and if you pass this point, you could miss the opportunity to seek compensation.
Get started on your case by calling (305) 440-0450 to schedule a free consultation with Lavent Law. You can also reach us by using the contact form below.