Nebraska Amputation Attorneys
Legal Help for Victims of Traumatic Amputations and Limb Loss
The amputation of a limb can be one of the most traumatic events in a person's life. Outside of permanent disability, the emotional and mental trauma can take a lifetime to resolve. This feeling is multiplied when the accident that caused the amputation could have been prevented, had the responsible party not behaved in a reckless or incompetent manner. If you, or a family member, are struggling with a recent amputation that was not of your own doing, contact Cullan & Cullan LLC today.
As both attorneys and physicians we understand the impact an amputation can have on an individual's life and what it can mean for their family. With our years of experience in your corner, we can secure the kind of compensation you will need to move forward from this tragedy. Call our office today for a free case evaluation at (402) 397-7600 or submit your information using the contact form found on this page.
However, you may be thinking – "What good is a lawyer at this point? The damage has already been done."
This is a valid question and one we often receive. While a Nebraska personal injury claim cannot turn back the clock, or undo the damage that has been done to you, it can help you overcome some of the immediate financial obstacles you may facing. An amputation of any kind is very expensive, requiring extensive amounts of therapy and long term specialist care. Over time, medical bills could eventually overrun your insurance, increase your premium and eventually begin to chip away at your savings. A successful claim can help cover these expenses and replace any losses you may have suffered up until that point.
Don't wait another moment. Call a Nebraska catastrophic injury lawyer at Cullan & Cullan LLC today and explore your legal rights and options in a comprehensive consultation.
What Kind of Accidents Cause Amputations?
As of 2014, there were over 2 million amputees living and working in the United States. While a vast majority of these individuals lost limbs due to vascular disease or diabetes, nearly 25% suffered an unplanned amputation in some sort of accident. These incidents range in type and severity, but they all could have been prevented had the at-fault individual taken the time to consider their actions. The following are just some of the accidents that can end in an amputation:
- Motorcycle, car, truck, boat, ATV and pedestrian accidents
- Construction or industrial workplace accidents
- Slip and fall accidents
- Medical malpractice
When Should I Contact a Nebraska Traumatic Amputation Lawyer at Your Firm?
Given the severe trauma that you have recently suffered, the last thing you may want to do is pursue legal action. In all likelihood, you only wish to heal and consider your next steps. That is where the personal injury team at Cullan & Cullan LLC can provide assistance. While you take the time to recover, we will work on your behalf, securing the compensation you need to move beyond this tragic event. Our firm has the expertise and resources that gives us a fighting edge over most other firms – including those representing the at-fault party.
Call (402) 397-7600 today for more information or to schedule a free consultation.
Call Today for a Free Consultation
We are here to help you obtain compensation from those responsible so that you can focus on healing, rehabilitation, and getting your feet back on the ground. For more information about how the lawyers at Cullan & Cullan LLC can assist in protecting your rights, please call (402) 397-7600 today for a free case evaluation.
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