North Carolina and South Carolina Amputation Accident Attorneys
The loss of a limb or another body part in a motorcycle accident is a traumatic event that can cause extensive physical and emotional damage. Coping with an amputation takes more than monetary compensation, but getting the benefits you deserve can help you pay for medical bills, lost wages and other expenses. For victims and their families, talking about their legal options is an important step in the recovery process.
NC Loss of Limb Lawyers
At the Karney Law Firm we have represented victims of motorcycle accidents and other automobile accidents for more than 40 years in North Carolina and South Carolina. We have obtained many large verdicts and settlements for clients and families who have been forced to deal with the loss of a hand, arm, leg or other body part as the result of a serious accident.
Recovery for Amputation Accidents
Victims of amputations may require long-term care, prosthetics, physical therapy and job retraining to help them through the recovery process. All of this care can be expensive, and in addition to lost wages, can be a tremendous burden on people who are already dealing with painful and traumatic injuries. Phantom pains and other psychological traumas may also follow the amputation of a limb.
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Bikers are often at greater risk of catastrophic injuries in accidents due to their lack of protection. That doesn’t mean, however, that injured bikers and their families deserve less compensation than other drivers. As Carolinas’ Biker Lawyers™, we aggressively pursue the benefits our clients need and we are not afraid to go to court when insurance companies aren’t willing to offer fair settlement offers.
Learn More About Your Rights After an Accident
If you or a family member has suffered an amputation after a serious motorcycle accident, talk with an attorney about your rights. Fill out the contact form and schedule a free consultation. Call toll free at 877-376-7982 to schedule an appointment. If the case isn’t won or settled, you will pay nothing.*
*Disclaimer: The Karney Law Firm handles personal injury cases on a contingent fee. This means that The Karney Law Firm does not charge an attorney’s fee unless The Karney Law Firm wins or settles the case. While The Karney Law Firm may, under certain circumstances, advance case expenses in pursuit of a matter, The Karney Law Firm is under no obligation to advance the costs of litigation or provide a loan to cover case expenses. If any case expenses are incurred, those are separate, distinct, and the responsibility of the client. Any contingent fee earned is based on the verdict, settlement, or judgement obtained; case expenses are not deducted prior to the calculation of a contingent attorney’s fee.