North Miami Amputations
If you have suffered a loss of limb in North Miami, you may already be getting medical care for your physical health – but who is looking out for your legal rights? If you have been in a car accident in North Miami or have suffered another trauma that has resulted in a loss of limb, you can contact the Flaxman Law Group for a free appointment to discuss how you can protect your legal rights.What Should I do if I Have Suffered Limb Loss?
The first step is to get the best quality medical care you can. In some cases, you may be will to save the limb or be able to prevent further damage by getting prompt, professional medical treatment. The second step is to speak with a personal injury attorney in North Miami or your community in order to get legal advice about your situation.How Much is my Case Worth?
This will vary on a number of things, including your likely long term costs, your total likely lost wages, your current medical costs, and how many liable parties are involved. The best way to find out how much your case may be worth is to speak with a personal injury attorney in your area. A good attorney can review your situation and can tell you what your specific case may be worth. If you would like quick answers, you can always reach the Flaxman Law Group to schedule a free case review.How can I Know Whether I Have a Legal Claim?
In most cases, if your injuries were caused by negligence or recklessness, Florida law allows you to seek a personal injury claim and compensation. For example, if a traffic accident in North Miami or another city led to loss of limb, you may have a claim. If you contracted an infection in hospital and lost a limb, you may have a medical malpractice claim in North Miami or your community. If you are not sure whether you have a claim, contact a personal injury attorney to review your situation.My Insurance Company has Offered Me Money – Does This Mean I Don't Need a Personal Injury Attorney?
Not necessarily. Most insurance companies want to settle cases quickly and inexpensively. The problem is that amputation is permanent and over your lifetime the costs of this injury can be very high. You will need prosthetics that will need to be replaced every few years and you will need rehabilitation, physical therapy, and specialized medical care. You may face a smaller income for years if your current job is very physical. An initial insurance offer may not cover all these costs, so it is a good idea to at least get a legal opinion before signing any insurance documents.
The Flaxman Law Group legal team works closely together and with local medical experts, expert witnesses, and private investigators to get answers on behalf of victims. Charles Flaxman of the Flaxman Law Group also has extensive expense with the insurance industry, giving the legal team a unique advantage when negotiating with insurance carriers on your behalf. If you have suffered a loss of limb in South Florida, contact the Flaxman Law Group today for a free case evaluation.