Amputations Resulting From Motorcycle Accidents Lawyer
Amputations are life-altering injuries. An amputation injury often will interfere or prohibit your ability to perform activities of daily living, such as driving, working, taking care of your home, getting dressed, preparing a meal or simple tasks such as bathing or cleaning oneself. Adapting to this change often requires significant expenses and assistance. Fortunately, personal injury compensation is designed to ensure that you have access to everything you need. However, obtaining maximum compensation can be a challenge — unless you work with an experienced motorcycle injury lawyer. Even amputations that are more moderate, such as the loss of a small portion of a finger, can result in significant impairment and disability.
Amputations Resulting From Motorcycle Accidents Attorney
In the Los Angeles area, Scott J. Corwin, A Professional Law Corporation, represents clients who have lost arms, legs, hands, feet, fingers or toes in motorcycle accidents. Mr. Corwin is prepared to take aggressive action to ensure that you receive maximum compensation to cover all of your needs, such as:
- Prosthetic devices
- Physical or occupational therapy
- Psychological counseling
- Modifications to your home
- Home healthcare
Mr. Corwin will also fight for compensation for your pain and suffering, and punitive damages, where applicable.
Scott J. Corwin has been practicing motorcycle injury law in Los Angeles since 1992. He has represented more than 3,000 injured victims and has recovered more than $125 million for persons injured in accidents.
Free Consultation With Our Los Angeles Motorcycle Accident Lawyer
If you suffered an amputation because of a motorcycle accident, contact Scott J. Corwin, A Professional Law Corporation, right away. We will work to ensure that you receive appropriate medical attention. We handle injury cases in Los Angeles, San Bernardino, Riverside, San Diego, Ventura, Santa Barbara and Orange counties. Contact our Los Angeles office by calling 866-477-1011 or sending an email.